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Thread began 4/19/2009 1:52 am by canalegrande345703 | Last modified 4/25/2009 9:47 am by office377308 | 1588 views | 2 replies |


multilingual menus

I need to fill (insert/edit/delete) multilingual menus. For this I use two mysql-tables:
categories_id (autoincrement, key field)
this is linked to
2) categories_description
categories_id (foreign key to categories table)

the parent_id field holds the values of the categories_id to get the right dependency.
E.g.: the top menu entries all have a "0"
lnguage_id is a numeric value from a third table called "languages" (language_id and language_name).

I need to insert data in the first table, retrieve the categories_id via $_SESSION and post it together with multiple insert into the second table for the categories_name for the different languages.

Would this be possible with "manage relational table"?
Any suggestions?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

No... manage relational table is to insert or update multiple rows in a separate table with a one to many relationship. It usually involves a multi-select list or a series of checkboxes.

I think you just need two simultanious inserts. This should be relatively easy to do by just applying the insert server behavior twice on the page and referring to the session variable created in the first one when inserting into the second.

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