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MySQLi Search Contain Keyword

Thread began 9/12/2014 12:34 am by Christopher West | Last modified 9/26/2014 12:48 pm by Christopher West | 1026 views | 7 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

ok well I was hoping for a more generic solution :)

actually re-reading what my original post stated...I was asking for something generic originally, in this case if you read what I originally said:

"what I would like to do is the search box checks for the value to "contain".....for example a customer enters into the search box: ARMCHAIR"

im ny oriignal above statement, I did say "for example a customer enters..." So I assumed it was obvious want I wanted was generic (just saying) :)

Slight issue, you told me to change the = to LIKE in my recordset...however the recordset in use is a straight "SELECT * FROM products so there is no place to put the LIKE clause.

here is the complete recordset (its using a case statement and the search by product name is at the bottom of this code block)


php:
case "Search":

            $rsProducts = new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsProducts",$ecartdb,0);
            $rsProducts->setQuery("SELECT * FROM products");
            
            if (isset($_GET["Price"])) {
                $prices = explode(":",$_GET["Price"]);
                $rsProducts->addFilter("ProductPrice",">=","d",$prices[0]);
                $rsProducts->addFilter("ProductPrice","<=","d",$prices[1]);
            }
            
            $productTypes = array();
            
                if (isset($_GET["Wood"])) {
                    $productTypes[] = "Wood";
                }
                if (isset($_GET["Metal"])) {
                    $productTypes[] = "Metal";
                }
                if (isset($_GET["Glass"])) {
                    $productTypes[] = "Glass";
                }
                if (sizeof($productTypes) > 0) $rsProducts->addFilter("ProductType","=","s",$productTypes);
                if (isset($_GET["Product"])) {
                    $productName = $_GET["Product"];
                    $rsProducts->addFilter("ProductName","=","s",$productName);
                }
            $rsProducts->setFilter();
            $rsProducts->execute();
        break;




Chris

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