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Hi I believe if they have some parent child relationship then its possible to do this..
i have attempted it once and succeed.
What I understand from your point is that.
u want to filter by category , so the category should be the foreign key.
hence u can do two dynamic lists
one for master / Parent
one for detail/ Child
and then apply dependent drop down.
well ur published unpublished concept can also be included..
but u can use only one foreign key as a control key for relationships..
so u can load them from the select statement.
May be i didnt fully understand you..
then you can post ur code in here.
so if not me some one else may also be able to help you
hope this helps
As it turns out, I don't need this functionality.
Nevertheless, as a side note, I found that no dependent drop-down would work on my page, which contains a Dynamic List SB. I tried applying the dependent drop-down wizard directly to the page, in a separate form it did not work. I even tried embedding a file with the Server-Side Include SB (a file with a working dependent drop-down) and still only the first master element will show no depend items in the Sub Category list.
Strange, must be something in my setup or errant code on the page containing the Dynamic List SB (Im using a recordset to generate my list, maybe its my query causing the problem). I'll have to leave this to others to ponder/test, I must move on.
Thank you for all your help.