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repeat region fails

Thread began 8/31/2015 11:45 am by Sweens | Last modified 9/02/2015 2:24 pm by Sweens | 616 views | 9 replies

Sweens

repeat region fails

Hi

I'm having an issue with applying a repeat region;

The following works fine (a calculated unix_timestamp, with the current year and birth month and day, so that this year's day can be displayed).

<p><?php echo strftime("%a %e %b", $rsBirthdays->getColumnVal("cbirth")); ?> - <?php echo($rsBirthdays->getColumnVal("FirstName")); ?> <?php echo($rsBirthdays->getColumnVal("Surname")); ?></p>

Showing the first record properly.

However, as soon as I apply the repeat region:

<?php
while(!$rsBirthdays->atEnd()) {
?>
<p><?php echo strftime("%a %e %b", $rsBirthdays->getColumnVal("cbirth")); ?> - <?php echo($rsBirthdays->getColumnVal("FirstName")); ?> <?php echo($rsBirthdays->getColumnVal("Surname")); ?></p>
<?php
$rsBirthdays->moveNext();
}
$rsBirthdays->moveFirst(); //return RS to first record
?>

the region repeats, but I get the following error where the date should be displayed:

Warning: strftime() expects parameter 2 to be long, string given in /home/sites/domainname.org/public_html/admin/sites/members/birthdays.php on line 77 - (members name here)

Hope there's a simple solution!

(I should add that I have a similar 'events' page where everything works fine - but I can't see any differences!)

Many thanks
Chris

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