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Old February 14th, 2008, 09:03 PM
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[Displaying 1 to 9 of 9 matches]halo there..may i know how to do this ? wat is the concept? i saw it display in a page of record listing with pagination or after searching fucntion. plz help.thanx.
p/s: i m using asp language

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Sounds like paging in .net
See if paging exists for classic; else, write own
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I do believe there is no classic ASP code especially for this (those dot netters certainly have some cool tools out of the box...)

if you think about it to write this yourself is not that hard. Im not interested in doing it for you. You can do it. EG:

> sql = "SELECT TOP 9 ......"
> now render the page and carry the ID of the 9th record to your second page
> now on the second page sql = "SELECT TOP 9 ........ WHERE ID > [theIDOfTheNinthRecordFromThePreviousPage]"


IMO - have a go. Get some code going and when you come accross a specific problem come back. good luck...

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