Perhaps you could give more information so we know excatly what you are trying to do.<BR><BR>If you are talking about getting multiple information from more than on table and linking them together, the yes, that is called a Relational Database.
see my page:<BR><BR>http://www.ClearviewDesign.com/NEWBIE <BR><BR>look for the "categories and subcategories" demo. This means a roundtrip to the server for the second list. Simple to code, though. And a great choice if the total number of possible <OPTION>s (all choices in first list) for the second list is in the hundreds or thousands.<BR><BR>Other way:<BR><BR>http://www.learnasp.com/learn/listdynamicdb.asp<BR><BR>You pass all the info for all possible <OPTION>s to the browser and use JS code to get the right ones. The idea here is a great one; the implementation kind of sucks. You can do better, pretty easily.<BR><BR>