Custom "No Records Found" page

Posted on 2007-10-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-24
I have a .htm page that requests a userid and password and then does a POST to a verify.asp page. If the values are found in a database, the values associated with userid and password are displayed in a Database Results table (using FP2003). If no record is found in the database, the generic No Records Found message is displayed. My question is:

Can I specify a custom "No Records Found" page in place of the generic message? How is this accomplished when using the Database Results table?
Question by:tcbarker4
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    Accepted Solution

    can u post the code of verify.asp page

    Author Comment

    I found a workaround. I just inserted html formatting tags into the Database Results Wizard portion where the generic No Records Found message goes.

    Thanks for the reply.


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