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Validating against DB

Thread began 10/26/2010 3:58 pm by fdotmedia | Last modified 10/27/2010 12:42 pm by fdotmedia | 1518 views | 14 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

your code was quite a ways off.


you where looping through the recordset to get the returned count and writing the number of records.


I changed the code to this to get it working:

php:
<select name="CDID">

              <option value="" selected="selected">- - - Select a Class - - -</option>
              <?php 
                    
do {  
                
?>
                  <option value="<?php echo $row_ClassDetails['CDID']; ?>" >
                    <?php
                        
// make date normal mm/dd/yyyy
                        
$mysqldate $row_ClassDetails['CDDate']; 
                        
$mydate date("M, d Y",strtotime($mysqldate)); 
                        echo 
$mydate;
                    
?> -
                    <?php echo $row_ClassDetails['CDName']; ?> - <?php
                    $cdid 
$row_ClassDetails['CDID'];
                    
$rtnUID $row_rtnUser['rtnUID'];

                    
//$sql = "SELECT COUNT(rtnUID) AS total FROM rtnUser GROUP BY CDID"; 
                    //$query = mysql_query($sql);

                    //$count=0;
                    //while ($recordset = mysql_fetch_assoc($query))
                    //{
                      // $count++;
                    //}
                    //echo "$count";
                    
mysql_select_db($database_rtn$rtn);
                    
$sql "SELECT DISTINCT COUNT(CDID) AS total FROM rtnUser WHERE CDID = $cdid"
                    
$query mysql_query($sql$rtn) or die(mysql_error());
                    
$row_query mysql_fetch_assoc($query);
                    
?>
                <?php echo $row_query['total']; ?> of <?php echo $row_ClassDetails['CDMaximum']; ?> max.
                  </option>
              <?php
                    
} while ($row_ClassDetails mysql_fetch_assoc($ClassDetails));
                
?>
            </select>

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