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Recordset Paging and Bigint

Thread began 11/23/2015 3:43 pm by Daniel | Last modified 12/04/2015 1:14 am by Ray Borduin | 470 views | 8 replies |

Daniel

Recordset Paging and Bigint

Hi,
1. My MySQLi recordset paging is not working. Can you please have a look I will appreciate it. I have included both of the pages that contain MySQLi coding. The problem is that it goes through the whole wizard but when it comes to the point of scrolling the recordset nothing happens:
* properties.php
* delete_property.php
If I click next nothing happens. The record only disappears and doesn’t show the next one.
- I have the latest version of MySQLi.
2. How do I change ‘int’ to ‘bigint’ with the MySQLi insert record function in the php coding after the wizard has set it up? I have also attached the file that contains the coding. Thank you very much.
*insert.php

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Your code looks correct... I'd like to debug it. Can you give me a URL and FTP access so I can see why the navigation doesn't work and fix it?

PHP doesn't differentiate between int and bigint, so you shouldn't need to make any updates on the insert page to account for it.

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Daniel

I will do that but as soon as I'm finnished because I'm working on the localhost at the moment.

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Daniel

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  Your code looks correct... I'd like to debug it.
PHP doesn't differentiate between int and bigint, so you shouldn't need to make any updates on the insert page to account for it.  
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You had mySQLi recordsets but an old standard mySQL database connection file. I created a new MySQLi connection file and updated the page to use it and it works correctly.

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Daniel

Thanks Ray. Will remember.

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Daniel

Hi Ray.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You could add code to the existing code that closes the modal window and have it loop through all of the elements with the Bloom-wrapper class and hide them.

Try this in the close button:

onclick="$('.Bloom-wrapper').each(function() { $(this).css('display','none') });"
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Daniel

Thank you very much. It worked what you said I should do with 'onclick="$('.Bloom-wrapper').each(function() { $(this).css('display','none') });"'.

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