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Thread began 6/04/2009 9:24 am by geordie728 | Last modified 6/04/2009 4:44 pm by geordie728 | 839 views | 2 replies |

geordie728

product search

I've developed a product search facility and was wondering if I could capture the searchquery into a searchquery table.

At first I thought I could add an insert record when update is pressed but then remembered that the search has a GET action.

Has anyone tried something similar or know if this is possible and what I can do to achieve.

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geordie728

ok made some very good progress with this, I've got the form searching and inserting a record to update a searchquery table.

the data going into the table though isn't just the keywords the user is searching, it's basically submitting the whole query into the database.

I tried to get it to take the input from my search field but that is returning null unfortunately.

I should have added that it needs to be just the keywords searched for by the user because I want to pull these into my footer using a recordset so that customers can see what other customers have searched on. Similar idea to a tag cloud.

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geordie728

now sorted this. Exposing the header search form, I was able to insert a record using the data from it.

All rosy and a nice collection of search terms now :D

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