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Saving Multiple Selections

Thread began 11/25/2009 3:18 am by Jaffa | Last modified 11/24/2014 1:07 pm by Jaffa | 4591 views | 23 replies

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Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  First, A multiple select list will only send all of the selected options in PHP if it properly named as an array (the name needs to end in "[]"). If it is not named to create an array, only the3 last selection made will be passed. the select tag should look like:
php:
<select name="username[]" size="12" multiple="multiple">



using the implode function on an array will not create a separate record for each selection, it will convert the array to a comma separated list.


If you wish to save a unique record for each selection, you will need to hand code the insert, there is not a tool that will do this for you. You will need to code a loop through each index in the array, and execaute an SQL insert statement for each selected user name.

It will be easier to store the comma separated list in a single record.  



ok thank you but i think it's ver difficult for me create a loop with the array and so on....how could be the php code?

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