I have an update form that populates a number of list boxes with data from a secondary recordset. What I would like to be able to do is display the current record values from the primary recordset when the update form is first displayed rather than just seeing the list options from the seconday recordset. The user can then change the current value if they wish. Below is the code from one field. Can someone please advise me of the correct syntax.
<select name="Brk1" > 'from RSday
While (NOT RSBreakfast.EOF)
If (RSBreakfast.CursorType > 0) Then
Have you ever needed to get an ASP script to wait for a while? I have, just to let something else happen. Or in my case, to allow other stuff to happen while I was murdering my MySQL database with an update.
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