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Thread began 8/24/2020 8:52 am by Peterson Design Studio - jefferis | Last modified 8/24/2020 10:57 pm by Peterson Design Studio - jefferis | 56 views | 15 replies

Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

I see where it has even updated my variables on the page. I am surprised! Wow.

<td align="right">$<?php echo number_format (($GoldPrices->getColumnVal('price') * $GoldPrices->getColumnVal('rate') * 0.416), 2) ; ?></td>


But even with everything updated and it seem to show in part on live page view, when uploaded it is drawing a blank page. And I have uploaded the rsobj and the connection script.





Okay thanks. But I may be losing something when I update.

This is the new recordset:
<?php
$GoldPrices = new WA_MySQLi_RS("GoldPrices",$LiveGold_i,1);
$GoldPrices->setQuery("SELECT * FROM goldprices WHERE metal = 'Gold'");
$GoldPrices->execute();
?>

This was the OLD recordset. I will lose all the variables it created it think: ?

mysql_select_db($database_LiveGold, $LiveGold);
$query_GoldPrices = "SELECT * FROM goldprices WHERE metal = 'Gold'";
$GoldPrices = mysql_query($query_GoldPrices, $LiveGold) or die(mysql_error());
$row_GoldPrices = mysql_fetch_assoc($GoldPrices);
$totalRows_GoldPrices = mysql_num_rows($GoldPrices);

Is the update not picking up the specific queries? Or has it changed that much?

The output I have on that page currently is using variables created under the old queries:

<td align="right">$<?php echo number_format (($row_GoldPrices['price'] * $row_GoldPrices['rate'] * 0.416), 2) ; ?></td>

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