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Recordset counter

Posted on 2011-03-10
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When you using recordset paging how do you display on the page the page number out of the total count number and the record number out of the total count.

Example
Page # 5 out of 35
Record 20 out of 765

I would also like to do some thing like this if I could
1..(5)...35
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Adding the page numbers is simple. Just use the #perPage# value from the example. If you're showing 10 records per page:

      <cfset perPage    = 10>

The total pages is:
        <cfset totalPages = ceiling(yourQuery.recordCount / perPage)>

The starting record determines the current page number:
       <cfset thisPage   = ceiling(url.start / perPage)>

<cfoutput>
     perPage = #perPage#<br>
     totalPages = #totalPages#<br>
     thisPage = #thisPage#<hr>
</cfoutput>
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