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Microsoft Research Pane XSD question

Shane Burgel
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I'm setting up a web service to interact with the microsoft research pane (available in IE and office 2003), and I'm having some trouble setting up the response to do what I want. Basically I want to set up a jump bar that consists of a "next" and a "previous" button that does a requery with a startAt value of +1 or -1 respectively. The problem is that I can't figure out how to set that up in the response. I can create the buttons based on the response objects that are available in the xsd's but I can't find any way to send it the current "state" or the search that the requery is based on, or a way to tell it the new startAt value. My code is for the buttons is below. I removed the server location for security reasons, any help would be appreciated.

private void addJumpBar(String query, Form form){
NestedFormGroup ng = new NestedFormGroup();
Button prevButton = new Button();
ButtonText bt = new ButtonText();
prevButton.setSubmitUrl("server location");
NCName name = new NCName();

NestedFormGroup ng2 = new NestedFormGroup();
Button nextButton = new Button();
ButtonText bt2 = new ButtonText();
nextButton.setSubmitUrl("server location");
NCName name2 = new NCName();
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