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WA_MySQLi_Sort Class in rsobjphp

Thread began 3/13/2017 1:52 pm by Dave Buchholz | Last modified 3/13/2017 5:21 pm by Ray Borduin | 46 views | 2 replies |

Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

WA_MySQLi_Sort Class in rsobjphp

I have a need to sort a recordset based on the value of a checkbox and looking through rsobj.php I found the above mentioned class. So I have the following set up with is working

$sort_rsProductListing = new WA_MySQLi_Sort("rsProductListing","");
if ("" == "") {
$sort_rsProductListing->clearSort();
if(isset($_GET['productListing']) && ($_GET['productListing'] == 0)){
$sort_rsProductListing->setSort("pkCategory, CommonBrandName, SeriesName, SKU, StandardColor","ASC",false,true);
} else {
$sort_rsProductListing->setSort("CommonBrandName, SKU, StandardColor","ASC",false,true);
}
}



but I suspect I am not taking advantage of the full power available, so is there anything I can do to improve on this ?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I suppose that is fine if it works for you. I'm not sure if it would have an issue when coupled with navigation. It might be better and a little simpler to just use:

php:
$sort_rsProductListing = new WA_MySQLi_Sort("rsProductListing","CommonBrandName, SKU, StandardColor");

if (isset($_GET['productListing'])) {
   $sort_rsProductListing->setSort("pkCategory, CommonBrandName, SeriesName, SKU, StandardColor","ASC",false,true); 
}
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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Thanks Ray, looking forward to the release of the updated behaviours to see how all these things work together.

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