the ";" was becasue it continued on the next line, I was just giving you the text I am concerned with. My code in qq1.fwx is as follows:
bSortOrder = Request.QueryString("sort")
bSortOrder = 'price'
FROM &mDBFyear ORDER BY &bSortOrder;
INTO CURSOR results
html_out = html_out +'<pre>'+'<font color="green">'+'<A; HREF="https://lmca-server4/lmca/qq1.fwx?filter=XXX&bsortorder=status">STATUS</a>
when the user clicks on the hyperlinked "STATUS" a timeout occurs, does something look suspect to you?
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 10/06/2004 04:59:11 PM:
You are not giving us enough information, but it does seem that you are missing a quote at the end of your string. Also, what's the semi-colon for?
Sent by Tim Bowen on 10/06/2004 08:54:02 AM:
Thats what I figured but I must be doing something wrong becasue I keep getting a timeout. Can you kindly tell me my syntactical error in this line?
html_out = html_out +'<pre>'+'<font color="green">'+'<A HREF="https://lmca-server4/lmca/qq1.fwx?filter=XXX&bsortorder=status">STATUS</a>;
bsortorder gets defined in qq1.fwx(prg)
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 10/05/2004 10:49:02 PM:
As you can see, the link points back to the fwx file. When it receives such a request, your script should re-create the page, sorted by the field specified in 'sort=xxxx'.
Sent by Tim Bowen on 10/05/2004 10:47:03 AM:
does it make the fwx call itself again?
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 09/28/2004 06:15:09 PM:
You can turn the headers into links that point back to the same fwx file, but pass an additional query string field back to the server. For example:
Sent by Tim Bowen on 09/28/2004 01:22:44 PM:
I want to be able to include clickable sort header titles to my output. So if a user gets results returned like you see here