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Thread began 6/16/2020 12:46 pm by BillHobbs | Last modified 6/16/2020 2:30 pm by Ray Borduin | 233 views | 1 replies |


Join Just Producing One Entry

I'm trying to JOIN a user to a Blog Entry in a repeat region.

There are 4 Blog Entries in the Database and it's only returning a single users blog. I want all the Blog Entries with their respective Authors(User). This is the first time I've tried to JOIN a second table to a query since updating to mysqli. Has something changed in the way queries and repeats work when JOINing?

Here is my mysqli code:
$rsBlogEntry = new WA_MySQLi_RS("rsBlogEntry",$connSiteDB,10);
$rsBlogEntry->setQuery("SELECT * FROM blogentry JOIN users ON users.userID = blogentry.blogentryUserID ORDER BY blogentryTimestamp ASC LIMIT 10");

Here is the repeat region:
$wa_startindex = 0;
while(!$rsBlogEntry->atEnd()) {
$wa_startindex = $rsBlogEntry->Index;
Title: <?php echo($rsBlogEntry->getColumnVal("blogentryTitle")); ?>
Author: <?php echo($rsBlogEntry->getColumnVal("userFirstName")); ?> <?php echo($rsBlogEntry->getColumnVal("userLastName")); ?>
$rsBlogEntry->moveFirst(); //return RS to first record

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Nothing has changed. It looks like that would work. Are you sure the userIDs are set in the database correctly? I'd have to debug it live to determine what is going on. My first guess is the data in the database isn't set correctly, but I couldn't say for sure.

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