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Nested Repeat Region on an ASP VBscript page

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I need to create a nested repeat region on an asp vbscript page.
2 recordsets
The variable comes from recordset 1 ID_Item.
The rest of the fields will come from recordset2.

 
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RobSampson earned 750 total points
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What you need as output isn't quite clear.
If you wanted to output this in some sort of table format you could try:
Do While Not RS1.EOF
      Do While Not RS2.EOF
            ' Output RS1("FieldName") and RS2("FieldName")
      Loop
Loop

Hope that helps.

Rob.
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by:wharris26
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Thanks.  I actually accomplished what I needed with a different strategy but I appreciate the help.
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If it's not too much trouble, can you post the nested loop you used?
Mainly just for the benefit of others who may search for a similar thing?

Thanks,

Rob.
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