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Drilldown drumbeat methodology

Drilldown drumbeat methodology

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Hi all,

I was wondering if anyone could give any pointers to a relative drumbeat newbie.

I am continuing to explore making an application that will allow me to rent out villas I have.

I want users to be able to choose from country, location, week and accomodation criteria in a sort of drilldown affair, but I only seem able to link so far along my databases chain of criteria.

e.g country links to location, location links to villas, villas link to a detail page.

I want to add the weeks that the villas are available into the chain, after location, but see no way of relating the location / weeks chain to the villas, plus I cannot go back on myself either to include the weeks as the last step.

Any advice on this would be immensely helpful as my drumbeat demo runs out soon and I want to be able to do things like this with drumbeat ASP as opposed to cold fusion.

You can reach me at sypher@ukgateway.net

Cheers,

Sy

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