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Asp help urgently

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dear member,
         I need help in a program of ASP   , in which i have to draw values from two tables (parent and Child) in a tree form and put them in a way that each child record come below its corresponding parent record and next parent record is next in the same row after previous parent record with the same condition as i have told. i have four parent records and each parent record has two child records. i have wrote a code in which i m having some problems this code is giving two record from ist child records and  1 from each later as well as it is also showing one record in child 2 which is actually part of child3.
 sir plz help me i will be very thankful to u.
         i m sending u the code.sir plz remove the error and send me the correct code



<% Option Explicit %>
<html>
<head>
<title>view</title>
</head>
<Body bgcolor="white" >
 
 <%
    dim sql,connect,sql2,i,j,k
      set connect=server.createobject("ADODB.Connection")
      
      connect.open "Hd"
      

      set sql= connect.Execute(_
                 "select dname,ename from dept,emp where dept.deptid=emp.deptid ")%>
 


 <center><h1>ASP Chart</h1></center>
<br><br>
<table bgcolor="#8FA5AB" color="ghostwhite" border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" align="center" width="557">
<tr><td><b><center>DG</center><b></td></tr>
</table>      
<br><br><br>

<form name="f1" action="org.asp">
<center>
<table border="1">
<tr>
<%do until sql.eof %>
<%i=1%>    
<td>        
 <b>
          <input type="button" name="b<%=i%>"
value="<%= sql("dname")%>"></b>
<%i=i+1%>
<br><br><br>
<%j=sql("dname")%>

<% while (sql("dname") = j)%>
  <% k=1 %>        
          <input type="button" name="b<%=k%>" value="<%= sql("ename")%>">
            
        <% k=k+1%>    
        <%sql.MoveNext
         wend %>

<br><br><br>
            &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;      
     
</td>      
        <%sql.MoveNext
         loop %>
</tr>
</table>                              
</center>
</form>
                              
                              

                              

</body>
</html>













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