Thanks for your response, but my problem is I have a main form,
from which I get the user's input(i.e user can select the start date and
end date), using these date I have to fetch records from the tables. If I
use frames, then how to send the prameters from main form to other three
scripts, I tried this before but I'am not able to get the arguments in the
frames file. I don't want to use Java Applet. I have to do this with PHP
and HTML, If there is a way to send a value to three different file at a
time then that would be great.
If possible please send me some samples.
> Heck I would probably suggest using frames. You could even get pretty slick
> with it by going with iFrames for IE and frames for Netscape. Of course
> there is the other option of using a Java Applet...
> There are what first occured to me, Im sure there are plenty more options
> out there if I where to give it some concreate thought.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "J.F.Kishor" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 12:21 AM
> Subject: [PHP] Is there a way to put a scroll in a table ???
> > Hi all,
> > I'am breaking my head by trying to put a scroll in a table,
> > my problem is, using php 'am trying to display a report and the report
> > should have three tables, data to display are taken from three different
> > tables and number of rows returned are three different values, the number
> > of rows returned may be 10, 100 or more then 100, since I have to show
> > all three table in a single form, I have decided to display five rows in
> > each table, so I need to put a scroll in all the tables through which the
> > user could scroll till the last records.
> > 1. Is there any other solution to solve it out ?
> > 2. Is there a way to put a scroll in a table ?
> > I tried using layers and its working fine in Internet explorer, and in
> > Netscape the scroll does'nt work.
> > I kindly request you, to help me out in this problem.
> > Thanks in adv......
> > - JFK
> > kishor
> > Nilgiri Networks
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