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Limit 2, 4 not returning correct rows

Thread began 4/11/2018 12:51 pm by cal114936 | Last modified 4/13/2018 1:41 am by Ray Borduin | 25 views | 2 replies |

cal114936Beta Tester

Limit 2, 4 not returning correct rows

The limit parameter works fine when testing in the server behavior, but is returning the wrong rows in the repeat on the page.

This should be returning records 3 through 6 correct? But I actually only get records 1 and 2. on the page. Testing within the Server Behavior dialog box returns the correct set.

<?php
$rsFeatures2 = new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsFeatures2",$nMedia3_i,2,4);
$rsFeatures2->setQuery("SELECT content1.contentID, content1.featureDate, content1.headline, content1.photo1, content1.caption1, content1.para1 FROM content1 ORDER BY content1.featureDate DESC");
$rsFeatures2->execute();
?>


<?php
while(!$rsFeatures2->atEnd()) {
?>

<div class="text-center marginBottom30">
<a href="content.php?contentID=<?php echo($rsFeatures2->getColumnVal("contentID")); ?>"><img class="featurePhoto" src="https://hotvws.com/images/hot_vws_articles/<?php echo($rsFeatures2->getColumnVal("contentID")); ?>/<?php echo($rsFeatures2->getColumnVal("photo1")); ?>" alt=""/></a>
<h3 class="marginTop10"><?php echo($rsFeatures2->getColumnVal("headline"));?></h3>
<p><?php echo (wordCutString($rsFeatures2->getColumnVal("para1")));?>... <a href="content.php?contentID=<?php echo($rsFeatures2->getColumnVal("contentID")); ?>">Read More</a></p>
</div>

<?php
$rsFeatures2->moveNext();
}
$rsFeatures2->moveFirst(); //return RS to first record
?> </div>


Thanks for any insight

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Pagination (setting the start row), is currently only possible through a url parameter. I see what you are trying to do though... I'll update the BETA to allow you to set a start row in the way you are attempting. However that will break pagination, so you couldn't use that technique in conjunction with next and previous buttons.

I'll get a new BETA out later tonight with the update. I think for now you can get around it by using the SQL statement to set the limit directly like:

php:
<?php

$rsFeatures2 
= new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsFeatures2",$nMedia3_i,0);
$rsFeatures2->setQuery("SELECT content1.contentID, content1.featureDate, content1.headline, content1.photo1, content1.caption1, content1.para1 FROM content1 ORDER BY content1.featureDate DESC LIMIT 2,4");
$rsFeatures2->execute();
?>
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cal114936Beta Tester

Thanks Ray!

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