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Order of Product Options in Dropdown List

Thread began 3/07/2010 4:52 pm by Tom M | Last modified 3/09/2010 9:40 pm by Dani Chankhour | 549 views | 3 replies |

Tom M

Order of Product Options in Dropdown List

Hi,

I'm using PS3 and have a product that has the following options in the desired order (with their DB record ID)

ID Value
--+---------
8 Small
9 Medium
12 Large
15 X-Large
16 XX-Large

However, in the options dropdown for that product, the order is as follows:

X-Large
Small
Medium
Large
XX-Large

I have tried altering the OptionValues recordset def in the "Product_Detail.php" as follows (text in bold is my mod):

SELECT ps3_options.OptionID, OptionName
FROM ps3_options INNER JOIN ps3_optiongroups ON ps3_optiongroups.OptionGroupID = ps3_options.OptionGroupID
WHERE ps3_options.OptionGroupID = OGIDParam
ORDER BY ps3_options.OptionID ASC

but to no avail.

Any ideas?

TM

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Dani Chankhour

Try changing the order to ORDER BY ps3_options.OptionName ASC

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Tom M

It turns out there are 3 places where the "OptionValues" recordset is defined (see attached annotated screenshot).

The "ORDER BY ps3_options.OptionID ASC" directive must be set in at least the last such definition.

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Dani Chankhour

That is correct, there is three different record sets, one for each of the type of the options PowerStore have.

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