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my mysql statement doesnt return correct results

Thread began 6/01/2016 7:51 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 6/02/2016 12:44 am by Christopher West | 73 views | 1 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

my mysql statement doesnt return correct results

Hi there on my product listing page I want to show how many times a product is displayed in a category.

So I am using the following SQL statement in the rsCatalog

But the bottom 5 records should be displaying 1 (if you look at the screenshot for the catalog table you will see that the bottom 5 records only occur once. Waht could be wrong with my SQL statement.

php:
<?php

$rsProducts 
= new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsProducts",$ecartdb,0);
$rsProducts->setQuery("SELECT * FROM products");
$rsProducts->execute();?>
<?php
$rsCatalog 
= new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsCatalog",$ecartdb,1);
$rsCatalog->setQuery("select CatalogProductID, count(*) as assigned FROM catalog GROUP BY CatalogProductID");
$rsCatalog->execute();
?>




here is some of the code for the loop:

php:
<?php if ($rsProducts->TotalRows 0) { // Show if mysqli recordset not empty ?>


....

<td><?php echo($rsCatalog->getColumnVal("assigned")); ?></td>


....

                     <?php
  $rsProducts
->moveNext();
}
$rsProducts->moveFirst(); //return RS to first record
?>





Chris

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