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Database Relational List

By davedanson May 19, 2011

Rating = 51 votes

Database Relational List

Database Relational List is an extension for Adobe Dreamweaver that allows you to associate two lists or comboboxes, and obtain options of those lists from a database. Database Relational List requires MySQL as database handler and support for PHP Script on the web server. Database Relational List defines two lists, the main list and the subordinate list. The main list is populated after downloading the web page where it is inserted. The subordinate list remains empty until you select an option in the main list; at this time, only the records associated with the option selected in the main list are read from the database. This mechanism of selection and display of associated records reduces bandwidth consumption on the website, but also compartmentalizes information by showing only those data that are associated with the customer's action. Database Relational List is highly adaptable to different database structures; user defines queries to the database for both the main list and the subordinate list.

FAQ, video, demo, documentation and sample in extension's web site. Technical support included.

UI Access:
"Database Relational List" can be accessed (after restarting Dreamweaver) through the menu option "Insert> Form> Insert Database Relational List / Menu" or through "InsertBar > Form> Insert Database Relational List / Menu."


License: Commercial
Cost: $29.99
OS: Win | Mac
File format: MXP | 347.4 KB

Additional extension information

Author: davedanson
Author website: Not available
Date published: May 19, 2011
Approval: None
Browsers: Firefox 3.0,2.0 | Google Chrome | Internet Explorer 8.0,7.0 | Netscape 9.0,8.0,7.0 | Opera 9.0,8.0 | Safari ALL
Required product(s): Dreamweaver All
Compatible product(s): Dreamweaver CS5, CS3, 8, MX 2004, MX, CS4
Server environment: PHP MySQL


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wystan 03-Jun-11 Rating = 5

I have a web page about mobiles, similar to GSMArena. In my website, is possible to select mobile brands and models to obtain information about a specific phone. If you select a mobile brand, in a menu, all available models will be displayed in another menu. With the relational list this behavior has been easy to implement.

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