Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 11:46:57 -0800
Reply-To: max hauser <maxhauser@MAILCITY.COM>
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From: max hauser <maxhauser@MAILCITY.COM>
Subject: Re: SAS/IntrNet and HTML question
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the reasons I have not used default HTML from SAS examples is that
they expect you to create a new HTML page for each level of the query.
I want/need for this to be dynamic. A choice in the first drop down
list filters the choices available from the second drop down list and
so on. For the first two levels there are only two and six choices
respectively. But the third drop down list will contain about 40
choices(depending on previous choices). That's the multiple list where
users will choose which variables they want from this dataset.
I know that I will also need to provide a method for choosing data
between dates. I figure three drop down lists one for day, month, and
year will work for that.
weekend. It contains a pre-built drop down just like I need, but it
code, but nothing worked. I could not expand it to three levels. I
but when I changed their default values to my data's values, half the
menu did not work.
only used it sparingly and only with modifying other programmer's
Any ideas on books or sites that could get me up to speed on how to
create objects with the onChnage command?