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DataAssist Search not working

Thread began 2/28/2023 9:01 am by msmoose2400634 | Last modified 3/06/2023 11:07 am by Ray Borduin | 153 views | 3 replies |

msmoose2400634

DataAssist Search not working

I have a .php displaying all of the golf course games (see below) on the page I have 3 radio buttons so that the visitor can select to view all, team games only or individual games. Nothing seems to happen when any of the radio buttons are selected.

SELECT games.gamesTitle, games.gamesDesc,teamgame, if(teamgame='Y','Yes','No') AS v_team,teamgame
FROM games
WHERE active = 'Y' and gamesDesc <>''
ORDER BY gamesTitle ASC LIMIT 25
(with a repeat region)

I have a place on the page for visitors to select from a radio group

<form id="frmSearch">
<table>
<tr>
<td>
<input type="radio" name="team[]" value=""> Show All |
<input type="radio" name="team[]" value="Y">Team Games |
<input type="radio" name="team[]" value="N">Individual Games
<input name="Search" type="submit" id="Search" value="Search" >
</td>
</tr>
</table>
</form>

Below is the search statement generated by the DataAssist behaviour

<?php
$searchrs_games_1 = new WA_MySQLi_Search("rs_games","0=0");
if (isset($_POST["Search"]) || isset($_POST["Search_x"])) {
$searchrs_games_1->clearSearch();
$searchrs_games_1->setSearch(array("type"=>"Value", "comparison"=>"=", "join"=>"AND"), array("teamgame"), "s", "".((isset($_GET["team"]))?$_GET["team"]:"") ."");
}
?>

Also here is the before and after url
Before
http://mussolinetestserver.site/publicPages/gamesViewPublic.php

After
http://mussolinetestserver.site/publicPages/gamesViewPublic.php?team%5B%5D=N&Search=Search

I have attached the php page.

Thank you in advance

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msmoose2400634

Oops forgot attachment

I forgot the attachment

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The trigger appears wrong.... this:
if (isset($_POST["Search"]) || isset($_POST["Search_x"])) {

I thinks should be:
if (isset($_GET["Search"]) || isset($_GET["Search_x"])) {

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msmoose2400634

Thank you Ray, it worked like a charm. I missed that line, I did spend two days working on it, reading through the forums and help!

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