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a bit more mysql to mysqli

Thread began 4/17/2015 2:27 pm by Jamie | Last modified 4/21/2015 1:37 pm by Jamie | 937 views | 5 replies


a bit more mysql to mysqli

Hey Ray

Just trying to convert the last bit of the mysql product options to mysqli as the site I am working on now is using mysqli and there is obviously code mismatch as originally we put the options element in using mysql.

In the attached product detail page, the RS on lines 81 - 94 am not sure how to convert to mysqli so that I am able to successfully pass the item option in the ard to cart lines 125 -152

Also, on line 143 should it be

$ATC_itemOptions = "".$AddOption  ."";// column binding


$ATC_itemOptions = "".($AddOption->getColumnVal("OptionGroupID"))  ."";// column binding

if you could give me a steer I would appreciate it

many thanks


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