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|Message from Christoph Bergmann on 12/11 2002, 20:18 +01:00|
Re: form based queries
Have you tried the "Easy Start"?
This gives you the principal idea of how to create your own web database.
For your special case all you need is a field of the type "option" (in addtion to the other fields you want). There you can enter the names of the clubs. Later on select the "Settings" tab of the corresponding page and at Browsing / "Field of an additional index series" choose the name of the option field, i.g. "Club"...
Hope that helps ;-)
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|Message from Tim Clare on 12/11 2002, 17:37 +00:00|
EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW: shropshireleaguecricket.co.uk
form based queries
I have created a couple of databases to show our league contacts and fixtures. What I would like to do is have a form that you could select your club from and then based on the selection it should display the records for that particular club.I am not a programmer and have no idea how to go about doing this. This is why yhis site is so appealing to people like myself who are not familar with programming tecniques. Any assistance would be very much appreicated.
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|> form based queries from Tim Clare on 12/11 2002, 17:37 +00:00|
| Re: form based queries from Christoph Bergmann on 12/11 2002, 20:18 +01:00|
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