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MySQLi statements failing to execute

Thread began 1/15/2019 9:18 am by s.joiner74419001 | Last modified 1/24/2019 11:51 am by s.joiner74419001 | 189 views | 8 replies


Sorted.. thanks Ray

Not sure if its ok to continue through this thread but I will as you have FTP/DB access

I now have this problem:

using basic PHP calculation as value for database update

$totalCost = ($rsCalculate->getColumnVal('no_of_flats') * 75) + ($rsCalculate->getColumnVal('no_of_blocks') * 500);

The recordset is built from a session variable that is created from an 'Insert record behaviour" on the previous page you are directed from.
This works fine as I have tried binding $totalCost into the page and it shows.
I want to bind this value to a column value in an “Update record behaviour” that is triggered by an access rule that checks a URL variable value.
The binding comes from a small form with a single hidden element that holds the $totalCost value.
The “Update record behaviour” is being triggered as I use a redirect to the same page with a url variable test. The problem is the $totalCost value is not passing.

The two pages in question here are

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