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Rendering Recordset in HTML Using Cfdocument

Rendering Recordset in HTML Using Cfdocument

Rendering Recordset in HTML Using Cfdocument

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How do I do this? Or can I? Trying to render a recordset using HTML from an oracle 11g database thru CF 8 using cfdocument. I've gotten it to where the groups repeat for each data row, but haven't figured out how to get non-repeating group headers.

CODE

HEADING Group 1 Data row Data row Group 2 Data row Data row Group 3 Data row Data row

Thanks,
Sherry

RE: Rendering Recordset in HTML Using Cfdocument

What do you mean by "non-repeatong"?

Lyndon

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RE: Rendering Recordset in HTML Using Cfdocument

One way is to use cfoutput's "group" feature. First order your query results by the "group X" column:

CODE -->

SELECT Col FROM Table ORDER BY TheGroup1ColumnName, ...
Then add the "group" attribute to your output:

CODE -->

<cfoutput query="yourQuery" group="TheGroup1ColumnName"> #TheGroup1ColumnName# <br /> <!--- the extra tag is not a typo ---> <cfoutput> #OtherColumn1# #OtherColumn2# ...<br /> <cfoutput> </cfoutput>

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