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Latest comment: 15 years ago by HappyDog in topic How to do queries?

It's real good but......[edit]

I ever tried to use this extension in dynamic...

how can I perform it? Please help!!!

Version 2 was released today. See the official homepage for details. This may or may not solve the above problem. If not then please give me some more info about what's actually happening so I can look into it further. Thanks --HappyDog 20:10, 31 July 2008 (UTC)Reply
Oops - I've just realised you already asked there... whoops! :-) --HappyDog 20:11, 31 July 2008 (UTC)Reply


Why not use class="wikitable sortable" in order to accomplish the sorting without requiring a page refresh? -- 13:13, 28 September 2008 (UTC)Reply

+1 (nice idea, innit?)

Open Source Project[edit]

Is there an open source code repository somewhere (sourceforge) for this project? Is there any room for collaboration on this? --Msa11usec 23:59, 28 September 2008 (UTC)Reply

How to do queries?[edit]

There are proposed features for v1 and post-v1. News says that there's not only v1 done, but even v2 released. How are queries that don't return the whole tables done, then? I'd be happily content with being able to do queries for equality alone, the other operators would be nice, but equality would suffice at the moment. How can it be done?

See Syntax. For example: <repeat table="MyTable" criteria="Field1=X,Field2=Y" sort="Field2 DESC" />. I am working on a better syntax and am open to further suggestions, but in the meantime this example should work for you.
In terms of the versioning, originally v1 was going to be the first feature-complete release, but now version numbers indicate breaking changes, so I should probably go update those pages... :-) --HappyDog 00:31, 16 June 2009 (UTC)Reply

Demo Broken![edit]

Hello, the demo website www.kennel17.co.uk seems to be out of commission.The wiki tself is tossing a 404 and the root website doesn't have any other information. Any information on when it will be restored? All the best, Malcolm