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splitting <SELECT> drop down values

Thread began 4/21/2015 1:38 pm by rob75685 | Last modified 4/22/2015 3:14 pm by Ray Borduin | 489 views | 2 replies |

rob75685

splitting <SELECT> drop down values

hi guys

Sorry for posting a question that has undoubtedly been answered many times before... I'm just a bit stuck trying to figure it out.

I have a <SELECT> list, which brings in values from the database - the option name and the price ($row_rstGetOptions)

http://www.rtmedia.co.uk/test/davidhayward/product_Details.php?product_ID=22

I can get the name to bind to $ATC_itemName, but can't get the price to bind to $ATC_itemPrice as the price comes from the same <SELECT> list...

Here's my relevant code, thanks for all your help:


$ATC_itemID = $_POST["eCart1_1_ID_Add"];
$ATC_AddIfIn = 2;
$ATC_RedirectAfter = "cart.php";
$ATC_RedirectIfIn = "";
if (isset($totalRows_rstProduct) && $totalRows_rstProduct > 0) {
$row_rstProduct = WAEC_findRecordMySQL($rstProduct, "product_ID", $ATC_itemID);
if ($row_rstProduct) {
$ATC_itemName = "".$row_rstProduct['name'] ." - ". $row_rstGetOptions['option'] . "";// column binding
$ATC_itemDescription = "";// column binding
$ATC_itemThumbnail = "";// column binding
$ATC_itemWeight = floatval("0");// column binding
$ATC_itemQuantity = "".$_POST["eCart1_1_Quantity_Add"] ."";// column binding
$ATC_itemPrice = "".$_POST["eCart1_1_Price_Add"] ."";// column binding


<select name="eCart1_1_Price_Add">
<?php
do {
?>
<option value="<?php echo $row_rstGetOptions['price']?>"><?php echo $row_rstGetOptions['option']?></option>
<?php
} while ($row_rstGetOptions = mysql_fetch_assoc($rstGetOptions));
$rows = mysql_num_rows($rstGetOptions);
if($rows > 0) {
mysql_data_seek($rstGetOptions, 0);
$row_rstGetOptions = mysql_fetch_assoc($rstGetOptions);
}
?>
</select>

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I would probably set the value of the list to the ID column from the database. Then create a second recordset to look up the row based on the submitted ID. That way you would have access to any of the fields in that row through the second recordset.

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rob75685

thanks for your help Ray - not sure place to place that recordset though...


I've set the select list value to the Options Recordset ID :

<option value="<?php echo $row_rstGetOptions['option_ID']?>">


then created a recordset to pull in the posted value:

I've put it before the Add To Cart behaviour:

$colname_rstGetOption = "-1";
if (isset($_POST['option_ID'])) {
$colname_rstGetOption = $_POST['option_ID'];
}
mysql_select_db($database_hayward, $hayward);
$query_rstGetOption = sprintf("SELECT * FROM OPTIONS WHERE option_ID = %s", GetSQLValueString($colname_rstGetOption, "int"));
$rstGetOption = mysql_query($query_rstGetOption, $hayward) or die(mysql_error());
$row_rstGetOption = mysql_fetch_assoc($rstGetOption);
$totalRows_rstGetOption = mysql_num_rows($rstGetOption);


then set the add to cart code to bring in those recordset values

$ATC_itemName = "".$row_rstProduct['name'] ." - ". $row_rstGetOption['option'] . "";// column binding
$ATC_itemDescription = "";// column binding
$ATC_itemThumbnail = "";// column binding
$ATC_itemWeight = floatval("0");// column binding
$ATC_itemQuantity = "".$_POST["eCart1_1_Quantity_Add"] ."";// column binding
$ATC_itemPrice = "".$row_rstGetOption['price'] ."";// column binding

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