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Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Advanced for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickpro Guide by Lucinda Dykes

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Chapter 9. Adding Server Behaviors

Once you’ve defined a recordset, you need a way to display the data from the recordset on the page, either one record at a time or several records at once. Unless you include additional server-side code in a dynamic page, Dreamweaver displays only the first record in the recordset and stops there. To display additional records, Dreamweaver includes several built-in server behaviors—prewritten blocks of serverside code you can add to your pages, which let you do things like display multiple records at a time and navigate forward and backward through pages displaying recordset data.

Dreamweaver also includes application objects, which are server behaviors that insert both HTML and server-side code in your page ...

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