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getting previous/next item WA search results page

Thread began 9/09/2013 5:54 pm by bentulk | Last modified 9/10/2013 10:12 am by Jason Byrnes | 316 views | 1 replies |

bentulk

getting previous/next item WA search results page

I have search>results>detail pages set up using the WA search wizard. It is a text search. One text field.

I am trying to create 'previous' and 'next' links on the detail page, to page through the items on the search results page.

I understand I should create 'previous' and 'next' item recordsets on the detail page. And you have helped me before create code for this.

The problem I'm having is filtering these recordsets by the search words used in the original search.

My question is, how can I apply the search to a recordset on a different page? I have tried to figure out how to use the search session variable in the query, but I don't understand how it will fit.

My detail page code is attached. (untested). I only need help applying the search session to the recordset results.

Thanks,

Ben

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webassistSearchPrevNext.txt
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The search session variable will contain the conditions that where searched for, for example:

AND (columnName = "search term")


you would need to edit the code for the recordset to concatinate the results session variable, for example change:

php:
$query_rsNext = sprintf("SELECT * FROM madelenaitemsforweb WHERE rankPrice > %s ORDER BY madelenaitemsforweb.rankPrice DESC LIMIT 1", GetSQLValueString($paramID_rsNext, "int"));




to:

php:
$query_rsNext = sprintf("SELECT * FROM madelenaitemsforweb WHERE rankPrice > %s ".$_SESSION['WADbSearch1_pagename_results']." ORDER BY madelenaitemsforweb.rankPrice DESC LIMIT 1", GetSQLValueString($paramID_rsNext, "int"));




this is custom coding though and is not supported. also, i don't know the session name, so you will need to find that and adjust the example accordingly.

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