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Not seeing all data

Thread began 3/01/2010 6:34 pm by bjgarner241692 | Last modified 3/09/2010 1:26 pm by Jason Byrnes | 935 views | 9 replies |

bjgarner241692

Not seeing all data

I have created Admin pages using DataAssist. If I view the Results page, I see all records.
If I then do a Search, it is only searching a fraction of the data. It does not matter what I search on, it will only search 85 of over 2600 records.

Clicking New Search, then SEARCH, without entering any variables returns 85 records. I cannot see all records until I close the browser and load Results again.

This is done is ASP with DataAssist 2.0.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

can you send a copy of the search and results page so I can examine the code.

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bjgarner241692

Here you go.

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FacilitywOwner_Detail.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to help troubleshoot the cause of the problem, add the following code in the body of your page:

The Recordset SQL Is: <%= WADAFacilitywOwner_cmd.CommandText %><br />



This will write the sql being used to the page and will help us see what is going on.

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bjgarner241692

Thanks, that shows me the problem.
There are 3 checkbox fields in the database and on the search form. Checked is TRUE, UnChecked is FALSE in the db, but the form set them up as 1 and 0.

Every time I search, it is automatically narrowing my results to FALSE in all 3 fields regardless of whether I have that field checked or not.

It is causing the same problem with the update page.

I'm going to try and set them as text fields or list menus and see if they report properly and update properly.

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bjgarner241692

I am still struggling with this.
I can make Search and Results work by simply removing the Check Boxes from the form and the SQL but not only is that not ideal, I still need to make it work on the Update page.

Is there some documentation on how to make DataAssist work with checkboxes and an Access db?

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bjgarner241692

I have a similar issue with a PHP page.
How do I write out my full PHP query in the web page?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The best way to work with checkboxes is to have 2 checkbox elements for each column, one for True and another for False. set the value of the checkbox to be the True or False value that is stored in the DB.


Then in the DataAssist Search wizard, set the search criteria to be a keyword type instead of check type. Again, you will need to add two search criteria for each column, the forst one using the true checkbox for that column, the second one using the false checkox for that column.

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bjgarner241692

Actually all I had to do was set the field type to MS Access DB and it worked fine.

Can anyone help with my PHP question?

I know how to write out my SQL query in ASP but I cannot find anything like it in PHP.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

a basic php recordset will look like:

php:
mysql_select_db($database_test, $test);
$query_Recordset1 = "SELECT * FROM orders";
$Recordset1 = mysql_query($query_Recordset1, $test) or die(mysql_error());
$row_Recordset1 = mysql_fetch_assoc($Recordset1);
$totalRows_Recordset1 = mysql_num_rows($Recordset1);




in this example, the line that executes the query is:

php:
$Recordset1 = mysql_query($query_Recordset1, $test) or die(mysql_error());


the mysql_query() function takes 2 arguments. The first argument is the SQL, the second is the connection. So looking at that code, the variabel that passes the SQL is $query_Recordset1. I can use the following code to write the SQL to the page:

php:
<?php echo($query_Recordset1); ?>
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