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My sort by seems to be carrying over to the next page I navigate to.

Thread began 5/30/2013 10:55 am by kphillips162496 | Last modified 5/30/2013 1:45 pm by kphillips162496 | 397 views | 12 replies |

kphillips162496

My sort by seems to be carrying over to the next page I navigate to.

My sort by works by a drop down, my problem is when I navigate different page (which is also a listing page pulled from the database, I am getting an error "unknown column.." The new page seems to be keeping the sort by request from the previous page instead of loading the new page clean.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

That is by design, you would not want the sort to change when paging through the results, that would make it impossible to navigate through all records.

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kphillips162496

I understand that, but the issue I'm running into is they go to Commercial listings, then they go to Residential listings and if the end user has selected price per sq ft on the commercial page, once they click on the Residential page they get the sort error, because the field in Residential does not exist. Is there anything I can do to fix that?
Thank you for any help you can give me.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

ahh, that makes more sense, i had not realized it was 2 differant pages. guess i should read more carefully....

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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kphillips162496

Information is on its way. Thank you again.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

im not familiar with the layout of your site.

what file does this link load?
http://dev.lakeanna-va.com/water-access-homes/

what files does this link load:
http://dev.lakeanna-va.com/waterfront-land/

i dont see matching directories in your site?

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kphillips162496

Yes, it is complicated...I have it developed around a wordpress site. I have the file layouts for you in the private message.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

which pages are loaded by the residential links?

and which pages are loaded by the commercial links?

please give as much detail as possible so i can help you to correct the problem.

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kphillips162496

here is the detailed information

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

When creating these pages, did you copy and paste the sort code from one page and add it to all of them?

the sort clause is stored in a session. by default, the session variables name will be:

WADA_OrderClause_<pageName>

in all of your pages, the session is being named:
WADA_OrderClause_ExploreLakeAnna_Results

this suggests that you initially added the sort behavior to a page named ExploreLakeAnna_Results.php, then copied the code and added it to each of the other pages.


On each page, edit the sort server behavior, in the session variable section, change the session name to something unique for each page.

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