Displaying the records on the master page (ASP and JSP)

Displaying the records on the master page (ASP and JSP)

After you create a blank master page and define a recordset for it (see Creating a master page and defining a recordset for it (ASP and JSP)), you must display the records on the page.

To display the records on the master page:

  1. Create a page layout to display multiple records and bind recordset columns to the page.

    A common approach is to create a two-row HTML table on the master page and to drag a limited number of recordset columns from the Bindings panel (Window > Bindings) into the table’s second row. (Use the first row to display the table’s column headings.)

  2. Create a repeated region to display more than one record at a time.

    The repeated region is normally applied to the table row containing the dynamic content. For more information, see Displaying multiple recordset results.

The next step in creating master/detail pages is to open the detail page and pass a record ID to it. See Opening the detail page and passing a record ID to it (ASP and JSP).

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