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Multiple Images per product through the database

Thread began 9/22/2015 6:49 pm by Paul | Last modified 10/05/2015 2:26 pm by Paul | 989 views | 15 replies

Paul

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UPDATE:
The installation of the dot upgrades fixed the activation problem. The original problem still exists. It is showing the incorrect fields for the table. I am also still unable to make a Recordset as it doesn't put the connection in that I select.

UPDATE 2: FIXED. Not sure how, but after redoing the connection and recordset again, the page is now showing content.

I have concluded the following:

1. I realized that since I am using the MySQLi extension, that my recordsets have to be made from the Webassist > MySQLi > MySQLi Recordset. Even though I've done that now, when I place my fields on a test page and upload to the website, nothing is showing on the page. The source code doesn't even show the fields.


UPDATE 3: NOT FIXED
In making the Admin pages:

1. If I choose one of the preset Application Types like "Product Administration" (which is what I am trying to do) it pulls up the wrong table, which I still don't know where it is coming from.
2. If I choose <New From Blank>, I get the popup window (see capture3.png attached) that tells me it can't find all the columns?


9/28/15
This morning, I tried to make the search/product page/details pages from the DataAssist Wizard. It opens up and tells me "No Database Connection Found". In the screen capture2.png file attached, it clearly shows a connection.

Still need some help.

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