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State Update not updating

Thread began 11/14/2010 8:15 pm by msjj000 | Last modified 12/15/2010 3:12 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1910 views | 13 replies |

msjj000Beta Tester

State Update not updating

Hi WA,

I have localized the /users_profile page with my local states and removed the extras starting from line 343.

It lists properly when the user is login in however it doesn't record the change/update and lists "choose a state" once the user logs in again.

Same issue on admin/users_update

Any clues?

Thanks, Mark

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please send a copy of your page and a screen shot demonstrating the issue.

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msjj000Beta Tester

Hi Jason,

Here's the screen shot when the user logs back in. It appears to be recorded in the database but does not display on the page. I've replaced the US states with the Australian states in the same format.

Thanks, Mark.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I also need a copy of the page please.

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msjj000Beta Tester

Hi Jason,

Thanks. File attached. Just rename and remove the _AU

Regards, Mark.

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users_profile_AU.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you need to edit the values being used for the comparison in the code for each options.



for example, the option for Australian Capital Territory is:

php:
<option value="ACT" <?php if (!(strcmp("AL", (isset($_GET['valid'])?ValidatedField("usersUpdate","UserState"):$row_WADAusers['UserState'])))) {echo "selected=\"selected\"";} ?>>Australian Capital Territory</option>




notice the first part of this code:
<option value="ACT" <?php if (!(strcmp("AL",

this is setitng it to compare the value "AL" with what is stored in the database, but it needs to be changed to match the options value ATC:

or:
<option value="ACT" <?php if (!(strcmp("ATC",

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msjj000Beta Tester

Jason,

Thanks for the tip. I should have seen that one. I tried making the change however I get the same issue (Code below). The correct value appears to be stored as this can be seen in the admin user view details.

Mark.

<option value="ACT" <?php if (!(strcmp("ACT", (isset($_GET['valid'])?ValidatedField("usersUpdate","UserState"):$row_WADAusers['UserState'])))) {echo "selected=\"selected\"";} ?>>Australian Capital Territory</option>

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

just to double check the value in the db, lets change:
<option value="ACT" <?php if (!(strcmp("ACT", (isset($_GET['valid'])?ValidatedField("usersUpdate","UserState"):$row_W ADAusers['UserState'])))) {echo "selected=\"selected\"";} ?>>Australian Capital Territory</option>

to:
<option value="ACT" <?php if (!(strcmp("ACT", (isset($_GET['valid'])?ValidatedField("usersUpdate","UserState"):$row_W ADAusers['UserState'])))) {echo "selected=\"selected\"";} ?>>Australian Capital Territory|<?php echo $row_WADAusers['UserState']; ?></option>


if you could provide a link where i could see the issue, that would help as well.

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msjj000Beta Tester

Hi Jason,

I get the following error when I make that change

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in C:\inetpub\vhosts\ridewerx.com\httpdocs\shop\users_profile.php on line 343

The PS4 test site is located at ridewerx.com/shop (dont confuse it with my current PS3 site at ridewerx.com/store)

btw the same "select a state" issues occurs in the admin section/pages

Thanks, Mark.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

send a copy of the users _profile.php page please.

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