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How do I filter a recordset with login info stored in a cookie?

Thread began 6/26/2015 3:31 pm by Cameron | Last modified 6/26/2015 6:48 pm by Ray Borduin | 221 views | 1 replies |

Cameron

How do I filter a recordset with login info stored in a cookie?

I've got a log in that stores my user's email and a recordset that populates an order history page. I'd like to filter the following based on the user's email:

From the Order History Page

...$rsOrders->setQuery("SELECT * FROM orders INNER JOIN users ON orders.OrderEmail = <the email address stored in my cookie> ORDER BY orders.OrderDate DESC");
$rsOrders->execute();
?>

From the Log In Page where the email address is entered:

<input name="username" type="text" class="r_corners full_width" id="username" value="<?php echo isset($_COOKIE['userremember'])?$_COOKIE['userremember']:""; ?>">

Help? Is there an example of how this looks somewhere in the forum?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd store the userID into the session and then filter with that instead of using the cookie directly.

You can add a parameter to your recordset to filter with the session variable value. If you want help with they syntax, create a new Recordset in the Simple view and choose to filter with a session variable value. Then you can switch to the Advanced view and see how the parameter was created and replicate it in yours.

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