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ooordinating order details with order items?

Thread began 3/03/2021 2:47 pm by Peterson Design Studio - jefferis | Last modified 3/05/2021 9:56 am by Ray Borduin | 131 views | 9 replies |

Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

ooordinating order details with order items?

Hi Ho Ray. Almost there. So, when I check on orders_search, it pulls up all orders and shows name , amount, etc, but not the products that were ordered or quantity. the way the tables were created in the DB I have orders as one table and orderdetails as the second. The order ID is the same for both. But if the client wants to look up the order for the customer,. they can't see the items or quantities. I thought eCart would sync them when it created them in the details page. It also seems to be putting the wrong product Id in the detail area. It was putting in the product id before (see order #3). I created another recordset on the details page to the order details table of the items, but I don't see a way to link the query in the server behaviors to the other table. I.e., to link the query to the OrderID numbers.

would a query like this work?>
$OrderDetails = new WA_MySQLi_RS("OrderDetails",$DealersSupplyCo,1);
$OrderDetails->setQuery("SELECT * FROM orderdetails WHERE $WADAorders_details (orders.OrderID = DetailOrderID) ");
$OrderDetails->execute();

My syntax may be way off.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It would be something like:

php:
<?php

$OrderDetails 
= new WA_MySQLi_RS("OrderDetails",$DealersSupplyCo,1);
$OrderDetails->setQuery("SELECT * FROM orderdetails WHERE DetailOrderID =?");
$OrderDetails->bindParam("i""".($WADAorders.getColumnVal("OrderID"))  ."""-1"); //colname
$OrderDetails->execute();
?>
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Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

Okay,
<?php
$OrderDetails = new WA_MySQLi_RS("OrderDetails",$DealersSupplyCo,1);
$OrderDetails->setQuery("SELECT * FROM orderdetails WHERE DetailOrderID =?");
$OrderDetails->bindParam("i", "".($WADAorders->getColumnVal("OrderID")) ."", "-1"); //colname
$OrderDetails->execute();
?>
Throws an error on getColumnVal as an undefined function:

Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function getColumnVal() in /usr/home/dealerssupply/public_html/dealerssupplyco.com/orders_detail.php:27 Stack trace: #0 {main} thrown in /usr/home/dealerssupply/public_html/dealerssupplyco.com/orders_detail.php on line 27

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

WADAorders should be the name of the orders recordset, and your order details recordset has to be below it.

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Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

I'm not sure what you mean by below:

<?php
$WADAorders_details = new WA_MySQLi_RS("WADAorders_details",$DealersSupplyCo,1);
$WADAorders_details->setQuery("SELECT OrderID, OrderAmount, OrderShipName, OrderShipAddress, OrderShipAddress2, OrderCity, OrderState, OrderZip, OrderCountry, OrderPhone, OrderFax, OrderShipping, OrderTax, OrderEmail, OrderDate FROM orders WHERE orders.OrderID = ?");
$WADAorders_details->bindParam("s", "".($_GET['OrderID']) ."", "-1"); //ParamOrderID
$WADAorders_details->execute();
?>
<?php
$OrderDetails = new WA_MySQLi_RS("OrderDetails",$DealersSupplyCo,1);
$OrderDetails->setQuery("SELECT * FROM orderdetails WHERE DetailOrderID =?");
$OrderDetails->bindParam("i", "".($WADAorders.getColumnVal("OrderID")) ."", "-1"); //colname
$OrderDetails->execute();
?>

Also , shouldn't this be WADAorders_details.getColumnVal?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, it should be:

php:
<?php

$OrderDetails 
= new WA_MySQLi_RS("OrderDetails",$DealersSupplyCo,1);
$OrderDetails->setQuery("SELECT * FROM orderdetails WHERE DetailOrderID =?");
$OrderDetails->bindParam("i""".($WADAorders_details->getColumnVal("OrderID"))  ."""-1"); //colname
$OrderDetails->execute();
?>
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Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

thank you. That fixed it. Now I realize that if the person only orders 1 item, my display is good, but if their order has multiple items, what would be the next step to adding repeating areas to the result. Since the name and info doesn't change, bu the products do. :
<tr>
<td class="DetailsSublabel">Quantity:</td>
<td class="DetailsPage"><?php echo($OrderDetails->getColumnVal("DetailQuantity")); ?></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="DetailsSublabel">Item:</td>
<td class="DetailsPage"><?php echo($OrderDetails->getColumnVal("DetailName")); ?></td>
</tr>


I tried to add a repeat region to these rows, but keeps asking to create a recordset, which I have already done.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Use MySQLi Repeat Region. You are probably using the old recordset repeat region.

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Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

Old habits :-) So it almost works perfectly, but the last quantity item doesn't show
<?php
$wa_startindex = 0;
while(!$OrderDetails->atEnd()) {
$wa_startindex = $OrderDetails->Index;
?>
<td class="DetailsSublabel">Quantity:</td>
<td class="DetailsPage"><?php echo($OrderDetails->getColumnVal("DetailQuantity")); ?></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="DetailsSublabel">Item:</td>
<td class="DetailsPage"><?php echo($OrderDetails->getColumnVal("DetailName")); ?></td>
<?php
$OrderDetails->moveNext();
}
$OrderDetails->moveFirst(); //return RS to first record
unset($wa_startindex);
unset($wa_repeatcount);
?>
</tr>

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Move the <tr> tags inside the repeat region.

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