Hi,I suppose this is very simple to do, but since i'm kinda newbie in PHP (btw, Toad is very nice platform), so i'll explain it quickly:The practical example:The user must be able to "switch on/off" a certain record (in this case, it's a news article with images) in a table so it may appear (or not) on a certain page.It has also to "file/hide" itself after a given time (in this case, 15 days, counting from the last update/insert). I think this can be done when inserting/updating a record - with a extra checkbox on that form or something alike -, but i don't know how to do it. It is important that the record itself won't be deleted, only hidden from "public" view, and of course, able to be switched"on" again. This way, i could dump a non-sequential (1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9) recordset into a page (thus showing only the "on/active" articles).The second option, well, blows me, i have no idea, and YES, i've searched a LOT.. :PIt would be of course VERY NICE if i could do all this right in TOAD. (yay!)
Well obviously, the "i don't know how to do it" part wasn't read.It was, indeed, very helpful..