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Discussion in 'JSP' started by kunju, Mar 26, 2006.

  1. kunju

    kunju New Member


    I am doing a matrimonial project in java server pages. So what i want is searching method should be displayed 4 rows and 4 coumns.Rremaining items should be accessed through
    by clicking next to see the next page. Could someone please help me?urgent.please.

  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Its simple. Just fetch n+4 no of results starting from n where n is the page number passed as the paramter to the page via the url or form. n defaulting to 0 will be the first page.
  3. kunju

    kunju New Member


    First of all let me say thanxfor reply.Could you pls give me a simple example showing
    the data from the database in matrix model.It will bevery helpful me to understand.
  4. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    What database you are using.
  5. coderzone

    coderzone Super Moderator

    4 Rows and 4 Columns can be displayed using tables I guess.
  6. kunju

    kunju New Member

    I am using MSAccess.Can you pls give me a simple
    example too?its urgent.
  7. pradeep

    pradeep Team Leader

    I have never really used JSP, and its been a long time since I worked on MS Access. But I can surely help you out with the logic.

    Rtrieve 16 rows from the table, by using something like this SELECT TOP 16 * FROM table

    Loop through the record set, and print 4 <tr>s containing 4<td>s each, like this.

     print "<table>";
          print "<tr>";
        print "<td>"+data+"</td>";
       print "</tr>";
      print "</table>";
    For pagination, i.e. showing in pages, you'll have to pass the current page no. in the query string, which can the be used to retrive records and show in pages something like this.


    all the work is in the query that you make. I guess you have to set ors.PageSize and then retrive the current page.

    Guess this should be informative http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=209126 .
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2006

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