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Probably, yes. You are currently performing a find on the field RecordID=[.... You will need to expand your search to find two fields. I am going to assume you have a text field which can be accessed and which shows the desired month. For the sake of this I will call it "month" and will select May (cause it's shorter).

Try this code:

...="fmpro?-deptannounce.fp3&-format=announce.htm&-lay=cgi&recordid===&recordid=fmp-field:memberof::recordid&month===&month=may&-find>...

Caution, this performs an exact search of two fields. If you are hosting on FMPro 3.0 it will not work.

I recommend: http://www.filemaker.com/support/index.html

Search and read: Article Number: 104829, and Article Number: 105687

You will note that I do not use &-op=eq as that is unnecessary.

As a helpful hint, you might try shortening your names. I recommend format files and databases follow the old eight-dot-three protocol and fields and scripts be kept to eight or fewer characters. Makes it easier on you and is less likely to cause problems over the web.

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Probably, yes. You are currently performing a find on the field RecordID=[.... You will need to expand your search to find two fields. I am going to assume you have a text field which can be accessed and which shows the desired month. For the sake of this I will call it "month" and will select May (cause it's shorter).

Try this code:

...="fmpro?-deptannounce.fp3&-format=announce.htm&-lay=cgi&recordid===&recordid=fmp-field:memberof::recordid&month===&month=may&-find>...

Caution, this performs an exact search of two fields. If you are hosting on FMPro 3.0 it will not work.

I recommend: http://www.filemaker.com/support/index.html

Search and read: Article Number: 104829, and Article Number: 105687

You will note that I do not use &-op=eq as that is unnecessary.

As a helpful hint, you might try shortening your names. I recommend format files and databases follow the old eight-dot-three protocol and fields and scripts be kept to eight or fewer characters. Makes it easier on you and is less likely to cause problems over the web.

Peace

Keith M. Davie

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