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<a href="mypage.asp?Sort1">Sort 1</a>
<a href="mypage.asp?Sort2">Sort 2</a>
In your ASP code:
if Request.QueryString == "Sort1" then
sql = sql & " order by field1"
elseif Request.QueryString == "Sort2" then
sql = sql & " order by field2"
Much faaster than trying to do it client side.
I can show you an example if you sticky me.
Clicking on a column heading will go back to the db and bring it back in a different sort.
Yes, it takes resources, but the server side processing is generally much faster than client side processing.
(edited by: tedster at 6:15 pm (utc) on May 6, 2002)
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