Mort Denison 26.Apr.08 09:26 AM a Web browser
Applications Development 6.5.1 Windows 2000
I'd posted previously but didn't get a definitive answer, so I'll rephrase.
Using the web, we've got a number of forms, with embedded views.
Currently, we're showing 20 documents in the view. The navigation consists of First, Prvious, Next and Last buttons.
While this is adequate for a small number of documents, the views with large numbers of documents are tedious to page through.
Is there any method available (and possibly coding examples) that uses the same sort of navigation that, say, a Google search uses?
I've done a fairly extensive web search for solutions and turned up nothing useful.
We're using flat views, so we don't need to worry about categories. There are reader fields in most of the views, however.
Any help would be appreciated as I'm at my wits end here.
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