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Export search results to csv?

Thread began 4/03/2017 5:57 pm by art226587 | Last modified 4/05/2017 1:54 pm by Ray Borduin | 366 views | 8 replies |

art226587

Export search results to csv?

Hi, I've set up a search form that returns results for a 'status' field containing Yes, No & Maybe values. The search results page works great. I'm just trying to get a download button to export only the status=Yes entries if that's what someone searched for. I have created an export button for all entries and that works great. I thought it would be as simple as adding some queries to the export.php URL, but that's rather noob of me. ;-)

Do I need to add something to the export.php file that recognizes the search term and only exports those rows? I'm clearly outta my league. Thanks in advance!!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You should be able to use the same search code from your results page and add it to your export page. Is your export page built with a recordset like your results?

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art226587

Thanks, Ray. Export page attached.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'll need to see a copy of the results page. Then I can probably advise on adding the search from the results into the export.

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art226587

Results page attached!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try this

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export-1.php
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art226587

Hey Ray, this is still exporting all entries. Any other thoughts?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Line 57 should have been:

setQueryBuilderSource($sqlStatement,$WADbSearch1,false);

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art226587

Nailed it! So I see that you added the WADbSearch code from the search page and then included these two lines to the 'fetch data' sql statement:

setQueryBuilderSource($sqlStatement,$WADbSearch1,false);
$rows = mysql_query($sqlStatement);



So simple - thanks again, Ray!

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