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Generated code producing errors - isset(1)

Thread began 1/07/2010 4:02 pm by david.barrack304604 | Last modified 1/07/2010 5:30 pm by david.barrack304604 | 892 views | 4 replies |

david.barrack304604

Generated code producing errors - isset(1)

I am using the directions to perform multiple updates from a repeating region. I am getting the following error:


This looks like it's in reference to the code below. I thought an isset requires a variable. Please see below:

$column_rs_person_summary = "-1";
if (isset(1)) {
$column_rs_person_summary = (get_magic_quotes_gpc()) ? 1 : addslashes(1);

What to do??? The php code is attached.

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PRV_person_summary.php.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The problem is in the way you are creating the recordsets. you do not need to create a parameter in the recordset if the value is going to be static. Only crate a parameter if the value is coming from a variable.

For a static value, just enter the value in the where clause:
WHERE PRV_reservation_ID = 1


rather than using a parameter.

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david.barrack304604

Generated code

But the recordset does take a variable - it uses a session variable to form a where clause. So I'm still stuck.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It is not using a variable the way you have created it.


the way you have created the parameters is to use the value "1" as the runtime value.


set the runtime value for the parameter to:
$_SESSION['SessionName']

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david.barrack304604

multi-record update

Thanks, that did do it. I made the change but didn't upload it. The updating worked! For whatever reason the repeat region doesn't display anything and I'm not sure it is supposed to. I defined the behavior to trigger on page load and then direct to another page so it's basically a helper page now.

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