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needs some help please

Thread began 5/18/2012 5:07 pm by akstudio | Last modified 5/21/2012 5:31 pm by akstudio | 1046 views | 8 replies


needs some help please

Im going nuts here. Here is the basic flow of data:

admin logs into backend. fills out a form. This form has a file upload and 4 check boxes. each checkbox is equal to a user level. This allows me to display the file based on user level. Some files may be seen by more than one user level.

my table is as:

table name: policies


each number represents a user level

when a file is uploaded and tagged as 3 for example, the data in the "3" field is either 1 or 0.

Now, what I want to do is to display all file_names in 3, that are 1.

Makes sense?

To make matters more complicated, I think I need to define it by '$_SESSION[user_level]'.

I have no idea who to do this. I have tried a ton of things. The closest I have come to is:

$SQL = "SELECT * FROM policies ";
if($_SESSION['user_level']== 1)
$SQL = $SQL . "WHERE 1='1'";
if($_SESSION['user_level']== 2)
$SQL = $SQL . "WHERE 2='1'";
if($_SESSION['user_level']== 3)
$SQL = $SQL . "WHERE 3='1'";
if($_SESSION['user_level']== 4)
$SQL = $SQL . "WHERE 4='1'";

echo $SQL;

But I still only get one file back, and its usually the first record in the table, doesnt matter if its 1 or 0

This is way out of my league now.. is there an easy way to just : select all "1's" from my table, based on you is logged in?

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