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Pull data from MySQL to display in table

Thread began 5/12/2011 8:50 pm by Sn0man | Last modified 5/16/2011 11:11 am by Sn0man | 1110 views | 4 replies


Pull data from MySQL to display in table

Hello again!

What i'm trying to do is to pull 5 feilds from my users table to display on my admin_index page, which will contain clients hosting, password and domain expiry information. I created a recordset that contains all these fields, then got stuck trying to figure out what the next steps would be.

I'm pretty sure I know how to get these things to display on the users_Profile page using session variables, but i'm nor sure how to get them to display on my admin_index page. I had a look at the results page to see what the code was doing to display all those records, but I couldn't quite get a grasp on what i'd need to do to make it work.

Any help?

Thanks in advance :)

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