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MysqlI Search Question - using Comma Sepeated List

Thread began 2/24/2019 11:24 am by Dave Buchholz | Last modified 2/26/2019 12:09 pm by Ray Borduin | 38 views | 5 replies |

Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Mysqli Search Question - using Comma Seperated List

Is there a way to convert this code to work in the MySQLi Search Behaviour so that I can add other dynamic parameters to determine which saved products should be displayed.

<?php 
$products_cookie = json_decode($_COOKIE['compare-products'], true);
$allKeys = array_keys($products_cookie); // see https://stackoverflow.com/a/4095810/175553
$allKeys = str_replace('ITEM-','',$allKeys); // see https://stackoverflow.com/a/4977085/175553
$productIDCollection = implode(',',$allKeys);
?>
<?php
$rsDataSet = new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsDataSet",$connMySQLi,0);
$rsDataSet->setQuery("SELECT p.* FROM tbl_products AS p WHERE p.id IN(?)");
$rsDataSet->bindParam("il", "".$productIDCollection ."", "-1"); //commaDelimitedList
$rsDataSet->execute();
?>



When I add a search to this recordset it removes the existing where clause which I know is expected behaviour.

$allKeys

is an array that could be used but when I try and pass it in I get the following error:

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 78 bytes) in /Users/davidbuchholz/Sites/***/wwwroot/webassist/mysqli/rsobj.php on line 195



The array looks like this:

Array
(
[0] => 1481
[1] => 1480
)



when I do

print '<pre>';
print_r($allKeys);
print '</pre>';



Thanks.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'm not sure what you mean by "when i add a reach to the recordset"

I think I'll need FTP access to debug and try to reproduce the issue. It should be possible to use search and just set it to keyword search with the implied OR "," since you are passing them in comma separated.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Ray, sorry that should read "when i add a search to the recordset", let me try the keyword search idea. If that doesn't work I will post back.

Thanks.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Updating my code like so and it works perfectly

<?php 
$products_cookie = json_decode($_COOKIE['compare-products'], true);
$allKeys = array_keys($products_cookie); // see https://stackoverflow.com/a/4095810/175553
$allKeys = str_replace('ITEM-','',$allKeys); // see https://stackoverflow.com/a/4977085/175553
$productIDCollection = implode(', ',$allKeys);
?>
<?php
$searchrsDataSet_1 = new WA_MySQLi_Search("rsDataSet","0=0");
if (true) {
$searchrsDataSet_1->clearSearch();
$searchrsDataSet_1->setSearch(array("type"=>"Key", "comparison"=>"=", "join"=>"AND", "or"=>", ", "or"=>" ", "start_encap"=>"\"", "end_encap"=>"\""), array("id"), "i", "".$productIDCollection ."");
}
?>



Thanks Ray that put me on the right track, it never occurred to me to use a Keyword search for an integer.

Just as a FYI the wizard doesn't give me a choice for integer only Text, Number Boolean or Date and when I choose Number/Boolean it inserts a "d" rather than what I think should be an "i" as the identifier for the type of field it is looking for. Is that correct as I always go back and modify it to an "i" by hand afterwards.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

"d" would work just as well... it stands for "double" and works just like integer other than allowing for decimals.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Great, thanks Ray much appreciated.

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