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Coupon option list

Thread began 10/13/2010 12:53 am by kenstites342105 | Last modified 11/03/2010 2:39 am by kenstites342105 | 698 views | 3 replies


Coupon option list

My Client wants to have a drop down list for Coupons that can be selectes in the shopping cart. I made a new recordset called PowerStoreCoupons and have added an option field in place of the text field. However, the list is only being populated with the first record.


I have tried this out on a blank page and it works ok, but is not working on cart.php page. Can anyone see what I have wrong here?

Thanks so much,

mysql_select_db($database_PowerStoreConnection, $PowerStoreConnection);
$query_PowerStoreCoupons = "SELECT ps3_coupons.CouponID, ps3_coupons.CouponCode, ps3_coupons.CouponIsLive FROM ps3_coupons WHERE ps3_coupons.CouponIsLive = 1 ORDER BY ps3_coupons.CouponCode";
$PowerStoreCoupons = mysql_query($query_PowerStoreCoupons, $PowerStoreConnection) or die(mysql_error());
$row_PowerStoreCoupons = mysql_fetch_assoc($PowerStoreCoupons);
$totalRows_PowerStoreCoupons = mysql_num_rows($PowerStoreCoupons);

<span style="float:left"><h2>Coupon Code:&nbsp;
<select name="CID" id="CID">
do {
<option value="<?php echo $row_PowerStoreCoupons['CouponCode']?>"<?php if (!(strcmp($row_PowerStoreCoupons['CouponCode'], $row_PowerStoreCoupons['CouponCode']))) {echo "selected=\"selected\"";} ?>><?php echo $row_PowerStoreCoupons['CouponCode']?></option>
} while ($row_PowerStoreCoupons = mysql_fetch_assoc($PowerStoreCoupons));
$rows = mysql_num_rows($PowerStoreCoupons);
if($rows > 0) {
mysql_data_seek($PowerStoreCoupons, 0);
$row_PowerStoreCoupons = mysql_fetch_assoc($PowerStoreCoupons);

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