Posting attachments and list formatting

sschofield sschofield at
Fri Sep 6 03:21:01 EDT 2002

Sorry about that. I'd meant to post that to myself, not the group and seeing
my email in the from box just automatically clicked on it to reply to
myself. Sorry again


-----Original Message-----
From: Heather Williams [mailto:heather at] 
Sent: 05 September 2002 19:50
To: use-revolution at
Subject: Posting attachments and list formatting

Ahem. There was a regrettable attachment tagged on to that post... Please,
don't post attachments to the list, and try not to use html formatting or
MIME or any other decorative text enhancements. Plain text only, if at all
possible. It gets scrambled and comes through as garbage for the digest
listers, who make up the vast majority of the members on this list.

With thanks for your kind attention to this matter,

Your friendly Listmom,


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> From: sschofield <sschofield at>
> To: "'use-revolution at'" 
> <use-revolution at>
> Subject: RE: Using a database cursor
> Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 17:12:21 +0100
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: sschofield [mailto:sschofield at]
> Sent: 05 September 2002 16:38
> To: 'use-revolution at'
> Subject: RE: Using a database cursor
> Thanks again. I now have the results coming out of my database, 
> yippee. You mention the documentation which I have indeed consulted, 
> but I find the examples rather bald. They're never embedded in code. 
> Eg. I'm now trying to find the recordcount so I can reject the login 
> if recordcount < 0. but it doesn't seem to work. The example code is a 
> bald revdb_recordcount(westCoastCustomers).

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