Is there any way to do the following:
1. Return a query in groups of x (i.e. 10 or 20) and progressively return
result groups of x. Just think of search engine navigation.
2. I have a client who wants to be able to select certain rows (tuples) of
a result and then "re-submit" the query and have only those rows selected
in the new results. For example, if a query returns 10 rows and rows
2,4,7,9 are checked, when re-submitted only rows 2,4,7,9 would be returned.
I know it is kind of stupid, but I have to please the customer :(
The interface I'm using is libpq, apache server, and Netscape/IE.
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