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Email to multiple recorset groups...revisited

Thread began 4/03/2012 8:05 pm by jtskr25 | Last modified 4/05/2012 6:13 pm by Jason Byrnes | 622 views | 3 replies |

jtskr25

Email to multiple recorset groups...revisited

Hello,
I had gotten a form working (with help) that sent mail to different "teams" from a recordset using a multiple option list.

I am trying to use that idea now using multiple check boxes instead on a different form and again cannot get it to email any "teams" from the recordset.

I am using the same code to create a comma separated list from the old form near the top of the code...will that work now using check boxes? Is it still needed?

I'm also using the exact suggested custom recordset parameter from the old form.

SELECT * FROM usersTable WHERE team IN(paramTeam)

create a new variable as:
name: paramTeam
Type: Text
Default Value: -1
Run Time Value: $_POST['teams']

And each checkbox has a name of teams[]

I also had to use code to strip slashes on the old form and not sure if using checkboxes will create that same problem.

Attached is the page code and supporting UE file.

Thanks for any help

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you will probably need to use the same code to strip slashes.

to help troubleshoot, change the following code:

php:
$getTeams = mysql_query($query_getTeams, $spsptest) or die(mysql_error());



to:

php:
$getTeams = mysql_query($query_getTeams, $spsptest) or die(mysql_error());

echo("SQL: ".$query_getTeams);




this will write the query to the screen to help us see what is going wrong.

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jtskr25

I placed that code as suggested, and nothing showed on the page, it just displayed crazy on screen.

I placed the "echo" code within php tags on it's own at the bottom of the contact form and this is what it returned:

SQL: SELECT * FROM patroller WHERE team IN('-1')

Any thoughts?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
supporthistory.php

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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