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Need help writing a link with a php parameter to pull all records.

Thread began 2/06/2010 7:20 pm by blackweldermhe400113 | Last modified 2/12/2010 8:13 pm by blackweldermhe400113 | 3017 views | 16 replies

Eric Mittman

What is the specific syntax error you are getting? When I view the code I see that there might be a problem with the sql text, you currently have this:

php:
$query_rsProduct = sprintf("SELECT * FROM product INNER JOIN category ON idcategory_product=id_category INNER JOIN collection ON idcollection_product=id_collection".$_SESSION['productVars']."ORDER BY id_product DESC", GetSQLValueString($colname_rsProduct, "int"),GetSQLValueString($colname2_rsProduct, "int"));



Since you are no longer relying on the sql parameters to filter the rs you should change this up. You can get rid of the sprintf and just set the variable directly like this:

php:
$query_rsProduct = "SELECT * FROM product INNER JOIN category ON idcategory_product=id_category INNER JOIN collection ON idcollection_product=id_collection ".$_SESSION['productVars']." ORDER BY id_product DESC";



I also added in a couple more spaces to prevent any problems that may be related to that.

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