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Hi

This code isn't mine but I have been asked to look at amending it.

The page displays a number of pics the references are held in an access DB. I want to display them in a particular order using the order by statement. It also has a search function.

My problem is that the 'order by' must go after the 'where' and I can't figure out where to put it.

Currently the pics are displayed in the order they were entered into the DB. They each have pattern numbers which I would like to use to display.

I have made several attempts using 'order by patternNo'. I can get the pics to display in the correct order but then it messes up the search function. I can get the search function to display in order but not general display. I obviously want both to display in order of patternNo.

Here is the URL
http://www.baileydecal.co.uk/cgi-bin/patterns.asp
I have put in a couple of response.writes to help.

Any advice would be great.

Thanks

MArk


strSQL = "SELECT PatternID,c.Category,PatternNo,PatternName,Descrip t " & _
            "FROM Pattern p " & _
            "INNER JOIN Category c ON p.CategoryID=c.CategoryID "

    strWhere = "WHERE "

    If strCategoryID <> "0" Then _
            strWhere = strWhere & "p.CategoryID = " & strCategoryID & " AND "


    If strChkNew = "1" Then _
        strWhere = strWhere & "New=-1 AND "

    If strChkOffer = "1" Then _
        strWhere = strWhere & "Offer=-1 AND "

    If not request("txtPat") = "" Then _
        strWhere = strWhere & "PatternNo like '%" & request("txtPAT") & "%' AND "

    If Len(strWhere) > Len("WHERE ") Then
        strWhere = Left(strWhere,Len(strWhere)-4)
        strSQL = strSQL & strWhere

    End If

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Sorted it myself :-)

 


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