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When I apply a MySQLi Manage Relational Table behavior, it is somehow applying an old function

Thread began 4/17/2019 3:29 pm by TroyD | Last modified 6/07/2019 9:57 pm by TroyD | 828 views | 43 replies


I reinstalled DB2 and it installed correctly so I was able to test the 3 methods of providing the array to the MRT. This is what I have experienced so far.

Both of the checkbox methods, Repeat Selection and Repeat Region worked correctly for me. “mrt_1” is added to the MRT query, as well as the hidden field “mrt_1[]” to the repeat of the checkboxes.
Preselect worked correctly as well as the update.
The only thing to mention here is that each time I open and apply the MRT wizard, it pops up a notice displaying the preselect echo that was added to the checkboxes (See attachment).
It doesn’t cause any problems, it just displays that block of code. I’m assuming it was for debugging or something. Just thought I would mention it.

As for the multi-select box method. Still not working for me. None of the selected options are retained or added when updating.

I removed the MRT and the multi-select and started from scratch with the same results.

The MRT behavior adds “mrt_1” to the MRT query, just like it did for the checkboxes, but nothing related to that is added to the multi-select.

It does add [] to the select name. And the getSelected() code is added, which does correctly preselect the currently applied options, however, it looses them when you click update.
The altered multi-select looks like this after the MRT is applied.

<select name="u_DepartmentCategory[]" size="6" multiple="multiple" id="u_DepartmentCategory" required>

while(!$rsDepartmentCategories->atEnd()) { //dyn select
  <option value="<?php echo($rsDepartmentCategories->getColumnVal("DepartmentCategoryID")); ?><?php echo(in_array(($rsDepartmentCategories->getColumnVal("DepartmentCategoryID")),$RelationalQuery_1->getSelected())?"selected":""); ?> ><?php echo($rsDepartmentCategories->getColumnVal("DepartmentCategoryName")); ?></option>
//dyn select

The rsobj.php version is 2.29 and the queryobj.php version is 2.19. Are those correct?

Let me know if I am overlooking something.


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