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How to edit a recordset?

Thread began 2/13/2010 11:45 am by nickj | Last modified 2/13/2010 1:55 pm by nickj | 514 views | 2 replies |

nickj

How to edit a recordset?

On my results page I want the recordset to join with a table of labels to add meaningful content but the recordset is not in the bindings panel and the the code is a little unclear as to what the recordset is being filtered by.

How do I edit the recordset built by the wizard?

thanks

Nick

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nickj

If I knew where the "Where" viable was set then I could build a record set based on the same variable but it's far from clear!

How do I base a results page on a complex query which uses joins, groupings and unions?

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nickj

never mind

I had re-installed without activation....

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