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Thread began 5/13/2009 3:40 am by fragop363190 | Last modified 1/05/2010 1:01 pm by fragop363190 | 4175 views | 11 replies



Ok if you open update.php you will notice a "!" near WADAxxx recordset.

If you click to open the info box and check what is wrong you will see dreamweaver shows 2 variables Paramid & Paramixxx.

Im using a database where its tables are named like "categories_cat".

The 2 variables i get are "Paramid" and "Paramid_cat". (the _cat is example look code)

By looking code and if im correct there should be no error and it is probably either a bug of Dreamweaver not handling underscores in table correctly either a syntax bug of DataAssist.
But i only have this problem using the recordset of update page so i suppose its DataAssist.

the code that declares the variable

$Paramid_cmp_WADAcompanies_cmp = "-1";
if (isset($_GET['id_cmp'])) {
$Paramid_cmp_WADAcompanies_cmp = (get_magic_quotes_gpc()) ? $_GET['id_cmp'] : addslashes($_GET['id_cmp']);

I dont see a 2nd block of code that is why I suppose its a DW problem probably or syntax.

Im using Vista and DWCS4.

P.S. (I don't see currently any problem using it with question mark, it updates correctly i think, will give more info soon)
P.S.2. Same thing happens on Detail.php page.

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