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Issue with rename recordset

Thread began 9/14/2018 11:43 am by Mike | Last modified 9/15/2018 2:52 pm by Ray Borduin | 52 views | 2 replies |

Mike

Issue with rename recordset

Hello,
I found this problem with last beta of DataBridge.
If I change the name of the recordset in a page, the rename process only the code in the head and not the values in the body.

Example, if I change this recordset from "rsTest"...:
<?php
$rsTest = new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsTest",$connCCLN,1);
$rsTest->setQuery("SELECT * FROM tbl_docs");
$rsTest->execute();
?>

... to "rsPages"...:
<?php
$rsPages = new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsPages",$connCCLN,1);
$rsPages->setQuery("SELECT * FROM tbl_docs");
$rsPages->execute();
?>

... the values in the body not changes (from "rsTest" to "rsPages") and Dreamweaver (last version 2018, english language, last version of mac os) view me an alert (see screenshot):
<?php echo($rsTest->getColumnVal("sezione_docs")); ?>

Is not realy important because I can rename manually but I think it's better to fix it.
Thanks.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I've just uploaded a new version that should fix this problem.

It appears to be a bug in the latest version of Dreamweaver. Their function to open the find and replace dialog causes a crash. I've replaced it with an automatic find and replace that should work in its place.

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Mike

Perfect Ray, now rename correctly.
Thanks!

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