If each repeat region is alone on its repective page, they both probably try
to use the name "repeat1". This will cause conflicts, as when the first
repeat region exhausts itself, the second will think it has, too.
Name one of your repeat regions. You can find the name by selecting the
region, then looking in the property inspector.
"logic" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:d608kn$lro$1forums.macromedia.com...>I have a strange problem. I have an Index.asp page and on that page I have
> poll that is displays. This poll is located in a sub folder, so to call
> poll, I simply use <include\mypoll\poll>, (just a regular include synthax.
> poll includes a repeat region that repeats the questions that's all.
> On my index.asp page (Home Page) that this poll is displayed on (as an
> include) I have a repeat region that lists announcements from another DB.
> is in different DB).
> Problem is:
> For some reason, only the poll or the repeat region for my announcement
> function at any given time.
> That is, if I include the announcements (repeat region) The poll will not
> show. (display) and no errors are thrown, just white space. Only one of
> repeat regions work at any given time.
> BUT if I do two repeat regions that don't have any include files, it works
> fine, so the problem is not that two repeat regions can not function on
> page. SO my question is, what is wrong here and how do I get around it?