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What's the next step?

Thread began 5/25/2009 5:43 pm by michael.jarosik378609 | Last modified 5/26/2009 10:49 am by Ray Borduin | 1725 views | 1 replies |


What's the next step?

Dynamic Dropdowns looks like one of the cooler WA extensions. I'm trying it for the first time now.

My question is -- what can you do with the child/target list data once you create it?

For instance, the Help Doc gives a great example of filtering capabilities/options by vehicle manufacturer. I understand how you could use the DD extension to do the filtering, but then once the target list is reached, could you then select one of the list items to display data on the page for that item specifically?

Would this be a matter of creating a binding variable in Dreameaver, and if so, which one? And what object would you bind?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You could use DataAssist serch to filter a recordset result set based on the child list.

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