From: "David Morris" <David.Morris@plumcreek.com>
> I notice in your application when I hit prev followed by next,
> I have to go back through the previous record when I hit back.
> My expectation is that it should take me to the prior task or
> menu.

Right.  The browser controls that behavior.  Not the server.

To accomplish your goal, you might try providing a link on your page that
redirects to the REFERER_URL, which is passed to the Web application by the
HTTP server.  The following link shows an example of the REFERER_URL
property.  Just click on the "Environment" link.

http://www.relational-data.com/rdwebshr/isamp/index.htm


The REFERER_URL could point back to your menu, in your case.

Nathan M. Andelin
www.relational-data.com





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