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Notice: Undefined index on Results & Details

Thread began 2/02/2012 10:41 am by gary.brett434358 | Last modified 2/02/2012 1:20 pm by gary.brett434358 | 683 views | 2 replies |

gary.brett434358

Notice: Undefined index on Results & Details

Hi there, I have edited DA wizard created pages by changing recordset to allow tables to be joined and display correct fields from menu/lists.

When I run my code through an online sql validator & the recordset query window all appears good but viewing both results & details pages return an error on all fields where there are joins... I think!

( ! ) Notice: Undefined index: CaseStatusName in C:\wamp\www\xxxtblcases_Detail.php on line 105
( ! ) Notice: Undefined index: ContactID in C:\wamp\www\xxxtblcases_Detail.php on line 109
( ! ) Notice: Undefined index: CaseType in C:\wamp\www\xxxtblcases_Detail.php on line 121
( ! ) Notice: Undefined index: CaseReferral in C:\wamp\www\xxxtblcases_Detail.php on line 145

If I add

<?php error_reporting (E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE); ?>

to each page it suppresses the errors and the pages run but I dont feel comfortable that something under the bonnet isn't quite right. Anyone have any ideas why the created php pages return the error? All other fields display as expected. pages attached if it helps.

Thanks

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xxxtblcases_Results.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

those errors are occuring because the columns:
CaseStatusName
ContactID
CaseType
CaseReferral

are not included in the select statement of the recordset, so are not defined

the CaseStatusName column, you have created an alias for:
tblcasestatus.CaseStatusName As CaseStatusName1

the others are just not included.

if they are not included in the select statement, you cant output them to the page.

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gary.brett434358

Hi Jason, spot on again. I was creating the correct recordset query but when I closed the query window it kept reverting back to the previous code. I just assumed the changed were saved and written to the page. Looking closer it was throwing out one of the inner joins due to it being on its own line in the code.

Moving it down a line sorted it out immediately, wont get caught out like that again.

Cheers

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