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Classic ASP Databases Discuss using ASP 3 to work with data in databases, including ASP Database Setup issues from the old P2P forum on this specific subtopic. See also the book forum Beginning ASP.NET Databases for questions specific to that book. NOT for ASP.NET 1.0, 1.1, or 2.0.
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Old August 24th, 2006, 10:59 AM
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Good morning,
I have a database (Tests) that has the following fields:
Doc_ID (Text)
Doc_Title (Text)
Test1 (yes/no)
Test2 (yes/no)
Test3 (yes/no)
Test4 (yes/no)
Test5 (yes/no)

Here is my dilema, I do not want to put the same Doc_ID (eg. doc_123) for 3 different tests to be run. (eg. Doc_123 needs Test 1, Test 3, and Test 5 to be run) Is there a SQL statement or maybe a script I can write to call to the Database for that one record to display the results 3 times on my webpage? (Instead of me creating a new Doc_Id for the same record 3 times in the Database) Does this make any sense?
thank you for your help.



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I dont understand, consider the following:

Doc_123 'MyDoc' Yes No Yes No Yes

Pulling that row from the table would tell you that Test 1 3 and 5 need to be run on that document, correct?

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yes,
but i need it to pull to the web form like this:
doc_123 test 1 .......
doc_123 test 3 .......
doc_123 test 5 .......

I want to write the script that goes to the database and if the record has more than 1 test then it lists them on the webpage.
Currently i have the same record in the database 3 times for 3 tests, when i could have it once using the yes/no function for the test fields.
thank you for your help




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