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Thread began 8/16/2017 11:36 am by Christopher West | Last modified 8/16/2017 4:21 pm by Ray Borduin | 41 views | 3 replies |

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

code updating 3

Hi Ray, I have the following old code (using old mysql server behaviours) and which to change it to mysqli

Im stuck on this old code changing to mysqi

php:
<?php

    $_GET
['OptionGroupID'] = $row_ItemOptions['OptionGroupID'];
$colname_ItemGroupOptions "-1";
if (isset(
$_GET['OptionGroupID'])) {
  
$colname_ItemGroupOptions $_GET['OptionGroupID'];
}
mysql_select_db($database_dinkydb$dinkydb);
$query_ItemGroupOptions sprintf("SELECT * FROM options WHERE OptionGroupID = %s ORDER BY OptionPrice, OptionName"GetSQLValueString($colname_ItemGroupOptions"int"));
$ItemGroupOptions mysql_query($query_ItemGroupOptions$dinkydb) or die(mysql_error());
$row_ItemGroupOptions mysql_fetch_assoc($ItemGroupOptions);
$lowPrice $row_ItemGroupOptions["OptionPrice"];
?>



I got as far as this:

php:
<?php

$rsItemGroupOptions 
= new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsItemGroupOptions",$ecartdb,0);
$rsItemGroupOptions->setQuery("SELECT * FROM options WHERE OptionGroupID = ? ORDER BY OptionPrice, OptionName");
$rsItemGroupOptions->bindParam("s""".(isset($_GET['OptionGroupID'])?$_GET['OptionGroupID']:"")  ."""-1"); //colname
$lowPrice $rsItemGroupOptions["OptionPrice"];                   
$rsItemGroupOptions->execute();
?>



But when I run the code, it doesnt like: $lowPrice = $rsItemGroupOptions["OptionPrice"]; inside the recordset.

and I am stuck on $_GET['OptionGroupID'] = $row_ItemOptions['OptionGroupID']; which I need to place in the mysqli bindParam section.

Chris

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I think you want:


php:
<?php

$rsItemGroupOptions 
= new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsItemGroupOptions",$ecartdb,0);
$rsItemGroupOptions->setQuery("SELECT * FROM options WHERE OptionGroupID = ? ORDER BY OptionPrice, OptionName");
$rsItemGroupOptions->bindParam("s""".(isset($_GET['OptionGroupID'])?$_GET['OptionGroupID']:"")  ."""-1"); //colname
$rsItemGroupOptions->execute();
$lowPrice $rsItemGroupOptions->getColumnVal("OptionPrice");                   
?>
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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Thank you Ray, I appricate the help. I am a little wiry of these code changes I am making, but are essential as the more recent ecommerce code I created a while ago is more robust and easier to maintain. The code is pretty easy to adapt but of course the only challenge is ensuring that the product options (custom code that you did for me) is updated to use MySQLi references...the next challenge would be to directly edit the eCart_PHP.php file manually and to add in all the product option code line by line. I no longer use Dreamweaver (I cancelled my subscription) so I am having to hand code using Brackets IDE. Scary stuff.

Chris

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Good luck.

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