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ASP: show database results with X of Y count per page

Posted on 2004-10-26
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Last Modified: 2010-08-05

I have been working on this ASP program. Now I have a long list of items that I want to present on a page like the search engines do- I am getting this stuff from an MS ACCESS database:

with a count of say 10 per page and then shows that cool thing at the bottom that says X of Y results with links to the next  results ETC.

Does anyone have some concise code?

Question by:billysaw
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check this link also
easy and simple :)


Author Comment

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I will get back to you. But all that code looks good. I need to see which one works the best before I implement.


Author Comment

ID: 12456510
Still not getting a good job. The one from the four rolla guys worked ok. But the code stops working whenever I add the 'WHERE' statement. Is there something I am missing out. I am using PWS on WIN98 and all I did was replace the connection object and the SQL statements.

It works well with static, hard coded searches like


and not with:

SELECT name,title,address FROM customers WHERE name="something here "

Am I missing something?



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