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  1. When I send values to the foreach they are not recorded in the array. $x = $getProductID; $_SESSION['pColors'] = array(); if(isset($_POST['pColors'])) { foreach($_POST['pColors'] as $colorKey => $RColors) { $_SESSION['pColors'][$colorKey] = $RColors; } } var_dump($_SESSION['pColors']); Send date with AJAX: $('.addToCart').click(function(){ $.ajax({ url:""+realLink+"cart.php", method:"POST", data:{action:action,pColors:pColors}, success:function(data){ //alert(data); } }); });
  2. Say I have a table called artists with these fields (artistid, rank). Then say I have an array called $rankadjustments with a value for each artist (like 1, 7, 3,-3, 5, 9, etc). I am doing a MYSQL query that gets the info from artists table and sorts according to the rank field like this... $sql = "SELECT * FROM artists ORDER BY rank"; Easy enough. But what if I would like to bring that data back sorted by (rank + rankadjustment). For example, if the artist ranked 1st had a rank of "1" from mysql, but had a rankadjustment of "5" from the rankadjustment array, his "true" rank would be "6". Again, rankadjustment is NOT a field in my table, otherwise it would obviously be simple. It's calculated on the fly and stored in an array. FYI, the array has an index with their "artistid". For example, $rankadjustment[341][8] would be the artist with an artistid of "341" has a rank adjustment of 8. Is there a way to do this IN the query itself? It doesn't seem possible but wanted to find out for sure. If not, what is best way to do? I assume... Get the data sorted JUST by rank and put it all into an array, then create a new array that adds rank to rankadjustment and reorder by the "new" rank amount? I guess that wouldn't be too bad but again, wanted to make sure I'm not missing something that would allow me to do it all in the query (or just more efficiently). Thanks!
  3. I's trying to transform data from mysql into something like $books below but it doenst seem to be working $books = array( "phil" => array("my girl" => 2.5, "the god delusion" => 3.5, "tweak" => 3, "the shack" => 4, "the birds in my life" => 2.5, "new moon" => 3.5) ) this is how I tried doing: $sql = "SELECT * from rating where user_id=11 limit 5"; $db_result = mysql_db_query($dbname,$sql) or trigger_error(mysql_error()); $num_rows = mysql_num_rows($db_result) or trigger_error(mysql_error()); while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($db_result)) { $one = $row['bookId']; $two = $row['user_id']; $three = $row['rating']; $ArraY= array( $two => array($one=>$three) ); print_r($ArraY); } but this is what i get : Array ( [11] => Array ( [123715] => 5 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [140329] => 5 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [3083854] => 4 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [871236761] => 1 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [451179757] => 1 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [451403886] => 3 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [044661095X] => 4 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [014010268X] => 1 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [812576063] => 5 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [038076654X] => 1 ) ) instead of something like: Array ( [phil] => Array ( [my girl] => 2.5 [the god delusion] => 3.5 [tweak] => 3 [the shack] => 4 [the birds in my life] => 2.5 [new moon] => 3.5 ) [sameer] => Array ( [the last lecture] => 2.5 [the god delusion] => 3.5 [the noble wilds] => 3 [the shack] => 3.5 [the birds in my life] => 2.5 [new moon] => 1 ) [john] => Array ( [a thousand splendid suns] => 5 [the secret] => 3.5 [tweak] => 1 ) [peter] => Array ( [chaos] => 5 => 3.5 ) [jill] => Array ( [the last lecture] => 1.5 [the secret] => 2.5 [the noble wilds] => 4 [the host: a novel] => 3.5 [the world without end] => 2.5 [new moon] => 3.5 ) [bruce] => Array ( [the last lecture] => 3 [the hollow] => 1.5 [the noble wilds] => 3 [the shack] => 3.5 [the appeal] => 2 [new moon] => 3 ) [tom] => Array ( [chaos] => 2.5 ) ) Any help with how i can transform that will be much appreciated THANKS
  4. i HAVE FOLLOWING VALUES IN FEED TABLE a1a a1b a1c a1d ...... 7 8 7 7 8 9 8 8 9 7 7 8 7 8 10 9 6 4 6 7 7 8 8 5 9 7 7 6 This in an array ( select a1a,a1b,a1c,a1d from feed where .....) 1) I want to know how many times each values has occured in the array ( eg: 7 occured 10 times, 8 occured 8 times) 2) How many 7's, 8's, 9's are there in a1a, howmany .....in a1b Number of times each values occured OVERALL in array as well as also under each head Please help
  5. I asked this question before and I did receive the answer I was looking for. But now I realize something. It only works for the first result. Let me explain. I am using this API. https://block.io/api/simple/php $get_address = $block_io->get_transactions(array('type' => 'received', 'addresses' => $my_wallet)); $api_amount = $get_address->data->txs[0]->amounts_received[0]->amount; $api_recp = $get_address->data->txs[0]->amounts_received[0]->recipient; $api_trans_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->txid; $api_sender_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->senders; These are variables above i am using to check if something is true or not. For eg. The form below. I want to check if the $api_trans_id matches the the post id I submit below. if($api_trans_id == $_POST['trans-id']) { echo 'Success'; } else { echo 'Fail.'; } <form action="" method="post"> <input type="text" name="trans-id" value="" maxlength="1084" /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" /> </form> The above works if the first result in the json array below has the same post id or else it fails. I want to loop through ALL the json arrays and try to match the post id($_POST['trans-id']). Below are the 3 array results to give you an example. The first txid is "41d9afcc73da63c45674088411460116cfefe324cc7a6f5fcb267d9f584adf73". If I submit this same id as the post id in the form, it'll be success full. But if I use the 2nd or 3rd txid below, it will fail. So how can I change this "$api_trans_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->txid;" so that it looks for all three txid instead of only the first one? { "status" : "success", "data" : { "network" : "BTC", "txs" : [ { "txid" : "41d9afcc73da63c45674088411460116cfefe324cc7a6f5fcb267d9f584adf73", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1496877627, "confirmations" : 3080, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00200000" } ], "senders" : [ "2EqvPUTwjUuon6c2a6YxBreJtBkkZD5fsp" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, { "txid" : "2f72d4dd97234937ddf6e8174b17a9a421ba35bbfb6fa40cfeb6ac92db6ce032", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1491675979, "confirmations" : 12338, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00010000" } ], "senders" : [ "3L98MQZKvwNo21fFpY7RJ9HYfYdv62XpYz" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, { "txid" : "fce58f0cb1d32c1ed7c27825c41753ce98323771bd931f0a0f99b6294d9ee642", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1491672301, "confirmations" : 12341, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00010000" } ], "senders" : [ "4L98MQZKvwNo21fFpY7RJ9HYfYdv62XpYz" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, ] } }
  6. Hello, Im hoping to get help from here, i have arrays of text fields that i need to get sums,.. <div class='fldgroup'> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="sumfld[0]"> <button>Add Another Field</button> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="sumfld[1]"> <button>Add Another Field</button> </div> <button>Add Another Group</button> how can i get the sum of all fld[0] and put it to sumfld[0] same as the fld[1] to sumfld[1],.. every text field is dynamically added using clone., i hope somebody can help me with this.... Thank you in advance...
  7. I am writing a CRON job that will execute daily. First it will identify from a MySql table the date in a field 'FAPforSale_repost35' If the date is the today date it will then execute commands to delete photo images in a directory, delete the directory, and finally remove the record from the database. I am on step one which is to build the array of records that match the days date. When I run the code, there are no errors but I am not getting results even though the records in the test table are set for today. Below is the select <?php define( "DIR", "../zabp_employee_benefits_processor_filesSm/", true ); require( '../zipconfig.php' ); require( DIR . 'lib/db.class.php' ); require_once( $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/_ZABP_merchants/configRecognition.php' ); require_once( $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/_ZABP_merchants/libRecognition/MailClass.inc' ); $todayRepost35 = date("Y-m-d"); echo $todayRepost35; function repostEndSelect() { global $db; $this->db = $db; $data = $this->db->searchQuery( "SELECT `FAPforSale_IDnumber`, `FAPforSale_image1`, `FAPforSale_image2`, `FAPforSale_image3`, `FAPforSale_repost35` FROM `FAP_forSaleTest` Where `FAPforSale_repost35` = '$todayRepost35' "); $this->FAPforSale_IDnumber = $data[0]['FAPforSale_IDnumber']; $this->FAPforSale_image1 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_image1']; $this->FAPforSale_image2 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_image2']; $this->FAPforSale_image3 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_image3']; $this->FAPforSale_repost35 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_repost35']; echo $this->FAPforSale_IDnumber; echo $this->FAPforSale_image1; echo $this->FAPforSale_image2; echo $this->FAPforSale_image3; echo $this->FAPforSale_repost35; } // ends function... echo( ' Finished...' ); ?> Thanks in advance for any suggestions or direction. Chapter two will be when I start testing the commands to delete.
  8. I have a foreach loop that returns 5 users. I basically want to show only 1 of the 5 users. Every time that loop is run, it should show a random user of the 5, as oppose to the same user every single time. How can that be done? This is my query so far. $find_user = $db->prepare("SELECT user_id FROM users ORDER BY user_id ASC"); $find_user->execute(); $result_user = $find_user->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_user) > 0) { foreach($result_user as $row) { $user_id = trim($row['user_id']); var_dump($user_id); } }
  9. using php, how to delete values from an array and place those values in another array. Is it possible to take an array like this... Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => var1 [1] => 1 [2] => var2 [3] => 2 [4] => 3 ) ) and make two arrays like this... Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => 1 [1] => 2 [2] => 3 ) ) Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => var1 [1] => var2 ) ) The word "var" inside of the array does not change value but numbers can change values.
  10. I'm developing a series of database-driven quizzes and tests. Most of the answers will be multiple choice, but there will also be some fill-in-the-blank questions. What's causing me trouble is questions that ask users to choose several answers by selecting several checkboxes. There could be one or more such questions in each quiz, and the number of correct and wrong choices will vary. The answer key below is tailored for a quiz with just one checkbox question, with six choices - three correct and three incorrect. The script awards partial scores for each correct choice and also deducts points for each wrong answer. I'd like to change it so that there are no gray areas - a question is either right or wrong. In this particular example, a user has to choose all three correct answers and no correct answers. Any variation whatsoever results in a wrong answer (0% for that answer). I would guess it should be as simple as coding it to say "a checkbox answer must be exactly identical to the array within in an array in the answer key." Unfortunately, I don't have a clue how to write that. Thanks for any tips. if (isset($_POST)): $totalCorrect = 0; $answers = array(1 => 'A', 2 => 'banana', 3 => 'C', 4 => 'D', 5 => 'A', 6 => 'C', 7 => 'C', 8 => 'C', 9 => 'B', 10 => array('A','B','C')); foreach ($answers as $num => $answer): $question = 'q'.$num; if(is_array($answer) && isset($_POST[$question])){ $ans_cnt = count($answer); $ans_value = (1 / $ans_cnt); $post_cnt = count($_POST[$question]); //find matches between answer array and post array $matches = array_intersect($answer,$_POST[$question]); $good_answers = count($matches); //Get bad answer count, which be be subtracted from overall score $bad_answers = 0; foreach($_POST[$question] as $post_answer): if(!in_array($post_answer,$answer)): $bad_answers++; endif; endforeach; //Result of good answers minus bad answers // $result = $good_answers - $bad_answers; if($good_answers > $bad_answers){ $result = $good_answers - $bad_answers; }else{ $result = 0; } if(($post_cnt != $ans_cnt) || ($post_cnt == $ans_cnt && $ans_cnt != count($matches))){ $result = $result * $ans_value; $totalCorrect = $totalCorrect + $result; }else{ $totalCorrect++; } }elseif(isset($_POST[$question]) && strtolower($_POST[$question]) === strtolower($answer)){ $totalCorrect++; } endforeach; $pct = round( (($totalCorrect/count($answers)) * 100), 0); echo $totalCorrect.' correct ('.$pct.'%)'; endif;
  11. This is my database structure: http://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/733881/57d01b042ca99b9a36dde90dd6640cdc I would like to loop through all the child elements (those who's parent_id is set to the data_id within the same table). Therefore those with "parent_id" as "0" are parents, and those with parent_id with a number in it is a child. I would like help creating a function that will generate tables, with the table itself as the parent, and all the rows within it would be children of that parent. There is only one layer of depth in this project (one parent and one child layer always. ). Can anyone help, or would want a more detailed description? Thank you, and looking forward to a reply.
  12. I have an array of data where a user can delete names and their value, like below. This is what the array looks like after a couple are deleted: [0] => Array ( [name1] => [value1] => [name2] => Name [value2] => 10 [name3] => Another name [value3] => 20 [name4] => [value4] => [name5] => And Another [value5] => 40 ) I need to dynamically move up the values if any are deleted, so the array becomes: [0] => Array ( [name1] => Name [value1] => 10 [name2] => Another name [value2] => 20 [name3] => And Another [value3] => 40 [name4] => [value4] => [name5] => [value5] => ) I need to keep all named keys in the array too. Has anyone ran across this problem?
  13. I need to add a second value to my associative array. $lines[substr($line, 69, 5)] = substr($line, 117, 2); I need to add substr($line, 91, 10)
  14. I currently have an array that I've built that dumps like this: 0 => array:11 [▼ "category_code" => "123" "category_name" => "Testing" "category_description" => "This is a test category" 19738 => array:5 [▼ "identifier" => "720368842943" "description" => Test Description One "count" => 4 "details" => array:2 [▼ 0 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2751" "detail_code2" => "43" "detail_specifier" => "Detail One" ] 1 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2681" "detail_code2" => "9" "detail_specifier" => "Detail Two" ] ] "prices" => array:1 [▼ "01" => "1129.00" ] ] 19739 => array:5 [▼ "identifier" => "720368844121" "description" => "Test Description Two" "count" => 4 "details" => array:2 [▼ 0 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2751" "detail_code2" => "43" "detail_specifier" => "Detail One" ] 1 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2681" "detail_code2" => "9" "detail_specifier" => "Detail Two" ] ] "prices" => array:1 [▼ "01" => "1490.00" ] ] I'm using laravel excel in order to export that as an excel file, but it's not quite working the way I intend When it exports to excel I only get the top level info: 123 | Testing | This is a test category But I want to get that info as a header and then each subsequent product for that category as a row, so with the example above it would look like: 123 | Testing | This is a test category ==================================================================================================================== 19738 | 720368842943 | Test Description One | 4 | 2751 | 43 | Detail One | 2681 | 9 | Detail Two | 1129.00 19739 | 720368844121 | Test Description Two | 4 | 2751 | 43 | Detail One | 2681 | 9 | Detail Two | 1490.00 Here's the excel code with the array I'm using, which is dumped above: $allCategoryResult= array(); foreach($prices->categories as $category){ $categoryItem = array(); $categoryItem["category_code"] = $category->category_code; $categoryItem["category_name"] = $category->category_name; $categoryItem["category_desc"] = $category->category_desc; foreach($category->skus as $sku){ $skuItem = array(); $skuItem["identifier"] = $sku->sku_info->identifier; $skuItem["description"] = $sku->sku_info->item->description; $skuItem["count"] = $sku->sku_info->item->item_type->count; $skuItem["details"] = array(); foreach ($sku->sku_info->details as $details) { $detailsItem = array(); $detailsItem["detail_code"] = $details->detail_code; $detailsItem["detail_code2"] = $details->detail_code2; $detailsItem["detail_specifier"] = $details->detail_specifier; $skuItem["details"][] = $detailsItem; } $skuItem["prices"] = get_object_vars($sku->prices); $itemCode = $sku->sku_info->item->item_code; $categoryItem[$itemCode] = $skuItem; } $allCategoryResult[] = $categoryItem; } $name = 'Test Export'; $build = Excel::create($name, function ($excel) use ($allCategoryResult) { $excel->setTitle('Test Export'); $excel->sheet('Test Export', function ($sheet) use ($allCategoryResult) { $sheet->fromArray($allCategoryResult);
  15. I'm using WordPress and Tribe's Event Calendar and Event ticket plus plugins. Their website is http://theeventscalendar.co.uk. I've been using their forums but it's taking a while to sort this out, so though someone on here might be able to help. I've got an array that I need to echo out part of. Inside each key (0, 1, 2, 3 and so on) there are numerous parts like ["ID"], ["name"] and so on. I want to echo out the ["name"] part of the key. I have a var dump for 10 keys in the array, each of which have their own ["name"] set. In the situation I'm using it, it will always have just 1 in the array, so I can target the first key in the array. Any ideas please on how to echo the ["name"] part? I have left a var dump of the array below. array(10) { [0]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4474 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(405) ["name"]=> string(16) "2 day sssts kent" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "295" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "295" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(38) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/2-day-sssts-kent/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-07 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-30 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [1]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4494 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(308) ["name"]=> string(22) "2 Day SSSTS Chelmsford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "265" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "265" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(64) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness-chelmsford-2/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(13) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-20 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [2]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4687 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(306) ["name"]=> string(46) "1 Day Health & Safety Awareness Chelmsford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(2) "95" ["regular_price"]=> string(2) "95" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(62) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness-chelmsford/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-19 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [3]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4662 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(304) ["name"]=> string(46) "1 Day Health & Safety Awareness Colchester" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "150" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "150" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(62) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness-colchester/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-12 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [4]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4475 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(301) ["name"]=> string(43) "1 Day Health & Safety Awareness Romford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "150" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "150" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(51) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(1) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-12 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [5]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4705 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(298) ["name"]=> string(19) "2 Day SSSTS Romford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "295" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "295" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(33) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/2-day-sssts/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(1) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 09:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-10 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [6]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4719 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(237) ["name"]=> string(10) "SSSTS Test" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(4) "9.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(4) "9.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(32) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/sssts-test/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(6) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-08 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-17 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [7]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4803 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(110) ["name"]=> string(13) "IT Training 1" ["description"]=> string(34) "Admits one person to IT Training 1" ["price"]=> string(5) "10.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(5) "10.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(35) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/it-training-1/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(2) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-05-17 09:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-17 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [8]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4894 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(108) ["name"]=> string(21) "Health & Safety 2" ["description"]=> string(40) "Admits one person to health and safety 2" ["price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(37) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/health-safety-2/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(1) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-05-17 09:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-22 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [9]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4906 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(106) ["name"]=> string(28) "Health & Safety Course 1" ["description"]=> string(49) "Admits one person to Health & Safety Course 1" ["price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(44) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/health-safety-course-1/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(10) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-05-17 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-10 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } }
  16. Hey guys i need help with a CURL code. I need to retreive all the data in a table located at http://www.listenlive.nl/tvgenre.php?g=1&page=0 and parse the data to finish with an array that looks like this: $row[0][station_name] = '3BTV'; $row[0][stream_link] = '420'; $row[0][stream_type] = 'wma'; $row[0][country] = 'United Kingdom'; $row[0][genre][0] = 'Variety'; $row[0][genre][1] = 'Alternative'; $row[0][genre][2] = 'Culture'; $row[0][rating] = '1/5'; I need that for each rows of the table where the first array number would increment $row[1], $row[2] ... My PHP code is incomplete. I currently have a loop for all the TR's of the page ... and when i loop all the TD's inside the TR's it returns a load of crap ... I am unsure where to go from here. Any help would be apreciated thx This is my code: $ch = curl_init(); $categ[url] = 'http://www.listenlive.nl/tvgenre.php?g=1&page=0'; curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $categ[url]); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POST, false); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE, $cookies); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR, $cookies); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIE, $cookies); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_REFERER, $categ[url]); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION, true); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERAGENT, $nav); $data2 = curl_exec($ch); $dom2 = new DOMDocument(); libxml_use_internal_errors(true); $dom2->loadHTML($data2); $trs = $dom2->getElementsByTagName('tr'); foreach ($trs as $tr) { echo "<pre>"; print_r($tr); echo "</pre>"; }
  17. Before I get into my problem a couple of things. First, this is a work project. My organization cannot afford a full time developer so as a database guy I'm being asked to develop a web based data system using php/html/mysql/javacript/etc. So I am not asking anyone to help me cheat or violate an honor code for a school project. Also I am having to learn PHP on the fly, by the seat of my pants. Second, my organization is using a version of PHP older that 5.5.X and I am powerless to update the version. So I know that some of the syntax I am using has been deprecated in more recent PHP versions. I don't mean to sound snarky or ungrateful but I really need some help solving this problem versus unhelpful comments about deprecated code. Third I am adapting code from the guys at TechStream so H/T to them. Here is what I am trying to build. My office helps other offices in my large organization manage their records through the creation of a file plan. We are currently using a clunky, user-unfriendly Access database that was created back in 2009. I am tasked to transition that Access hoopty into a proper, web-based, user friendly system. The index.php form page consists of 2 parts. You can see the original TechStream demo here: http://demo.techstream.org/Dynamic-Form-Processing-with-PHP/ I've adapted the top part of the form ("Travel Information") for my users to enter information about their office such as Office Name, Office Code, Office Chief, Creator (the user), Status and date. I've adapted the bottom part of the form ("Passenger Details") to be "Folder Details". This is an html table where users can add up to 10000 rows to list all the folders for their office by entering the folder name in the text box and then assign descriptors to each folder using the drop down menus. I've changed the drop down menus to reflect the descriptors we need, i.e. file-series, classification, media type. The user needs the flexibility to add folders as the number of folders will vary between offices. This adding and deleting of folders is accomplished dynamically through a javascript script.js file. Now, here's my problem. When the user clicks submit button that fires a php script that runs an insert into query to place the array data into the backend mysql database. However, when the foreach loop is only inserting the office office from the top portion of the form with the first folder in the bottom portion of the form. In other words let's say the user fills out the top part with his office information and then adds 5 folders into the html table at the botton. The first folder will be inserted into the database table with both office information and folder information. However the subsequent 4 folders will have their folder information inserted into the table but the office information fields will be null. The office information needs to be inserted with each folder the user adds to the html table piece. I suspect that my foreach loop is only capturing that office information on the first iteration of the loop and then flushing or deleting the office information after the first loop. Also, I suspect there is some disconnect between the html table for entering individual folders and the top part of the form that is not in html format. Any help I can get is most welcome. Thanks in advance! Code is below. index.php <?php session_start(); if(!isset($_SESSION['myusername'])) { header('Location:index.php'); } echo $_SESSION['myusername']; echo '<a href="logout.php"><span>Logout</span></a></li>'; <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <title>Records Management File Plan Application</title> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"/> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/default.css"/> <script type="text/javascript" src="js/script.js"></script> </head> <body> <form action="InsertFileDetailArraytoDB.php" class="register" method="POST"> <h1>Office File Plan Application/h1> <fieldset class="row1"> <legend>Office Information</legend> <p> <label>Office Code * </label> <input name="officecode[]" type="text" required="required"/> <label>Date* </label> <select class="date" name="day[]"> <option value="1">01 </option> <option value="2">02 </option> <option value="3">03 </option> <option value="4">04 </option> <option value="5">05 </option> <option value="6">06 </option> <option value="7">07 </option> <option value="8">08 </option> <option value="9">09 </option> <option value="10">10 </option> <option value="11">11 </option> <option value="12">12 </option> <option value="13">13 </option> <option value="14">14 </option> <option value="15">15 </option> <option value="16">16 </option> <option value="17">17 </option> <option value="18">18 </option> <option value="19">19 </option> <option value="20">20 </option> <option value="21">21 </option> <option value="22">22 </option> <option value="23">23 </option> <option value="24">24 </option> <option value="25">25 </option> <option value="26">26 </option> <option value="27">27 </option> <option value="28">28 </option> <option value="29">29 </option> <option value="30">30 </option> <option value="31">31 </option> </select> <select name="month[]"> <option value="1">January </option> <option value="2">February </option> <option value="3">March </option> <option value="4">April </option> <option value="5">May </option> <option value="6">June </option> <option value="7">July </option> <option value="8">August </option> <option value="9">September </option> <option value="10">October </option> <option value="11">November </option> <option value="12">December </option> </select> <select name="year[]"> <option value="2013">2013 </option> <option value="2014">2014 </option> <option value="2015">2015 </option> <option value="2016">2016 </option> </select> </p> <p> <label>Office Chief* </label> <input name="officechief[]" required="required" type="text"/> <label>Status* </label> <select name="status[]"> <option value="Draft">Draft </option> <option value="Submitted">Submitted </option> <option value="Approved">Approved </option> </select> </p> <p> <label>Creator * </label> <input name="creator[]" required="required" type="text"/> </p> <div class="clear"></div> </fieldset> <fieldset class="row2"> <legend>Folder Details</legend> <p> <input type="button" value="Add Folder" onClick="addRow('dataTable')" /> <input type="button" value="Remove Folder" onClick="deleteRow('dataTable')" /> <p>(All actions apply only to entries with check marked check boxes.)</p> </p> <table id="dataTable" class="form" border="1"> <tbody> <tr> <p> <td><input type="checkbox" required="required" name="chk[]" checked="checked" /></td> <td> <label>Folder Name</label> <input type="text" required="required" name="BX_NAME[]"> </td> <td> <label for="BX_fileseries">File Series</label> <select id="BX_fileseries required="required" name="BX_fileseries[]"> <option>100-01-Inspection and Survey/PII-NO</option> <option>200-02-Credit Card Purchases/PII-NO</option> <option>300-07-Time and Attendance/PII-YES</option> </td> <td> <label for="BX_classification">Classification</label> <select id="BX_classification" name="BX_classification" required="required"> <option>Unclassified</option> <option>Confidential</option> <option>Secret</option> <option>Top Secret</option> <option>Ridiculous Top Secret</option> <option>Ludicrous Top Secret</option> </select> </td> <td> <label for="BX_media">Media</label> <select id="BX_media" name="BX_media" required="required"> <option>Paper</option> <option>Shared Drive</option> <option>Film</option> <option>Floppy Disk</option> <option>Mixed</option> <option>Other</option> </select> </td> </p> </tr> </tbody> </table> <div class="clear"></div> </fieldset> <input class="submit" type="submit" value="File Plan Complete »" /> <div class="clear"></div> </form> </body> </html>PHP script with foreach loop to loop through the array from index.php and insert into database: InsertFileDetailArrayToDB.php /* When the user has finished entering their folders, reviewed the form inputs for accuracy and clicks the submit button, this will loop through all folder entries and using the SQL insert into query will place them in the database. When it completes data insertion it will redirect the user back to the file detail input form*/ <?php /*this part requires the user to be logged in and allows their user name to be included in the insert into query. If you remove the "ob_start();" piece it will screw up the header statement down at the botton. See the comments by the header statement for an explanation of its purpose*/ ob_start(); session_start(); if(!isset($_SESSION['myusername'])) { header('Location:index.php') } /*these two lines would ordinarily display the user name and a link a allowing the user to log out. However this php script does not output anything so the user will never it.*/ echo $_SESSION['myusername']; echo '<a href="logout.php"><span>Logout</span></a></li>'; ?> <?php /*this include statement connects this script to the MySQL database so the user form inputs can be inserted into the file_plan_details table*/ include ('database_connection.php'); foreach($_POST['BX_NAME'] as $row=>$BX_NAME) { $BX_NAME1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['BX_NAME'); $officecode1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['officecode'][$row]); $username1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_SESSION['myusername'][$row]); $day1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['day'][$row]); $month1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['month'][$row]); $year1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['year'][$row]); $creator1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['creator'][$row]); $officechief1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['officechief'][$row]); $status1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['status'][$row]); $BX_fileseries1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['BX_fileseries'][$row]); $BX_classification1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['BX_classification'][$row]); $BX_media1 = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['BX_media'][$row]); $fileplandetailinsert1 = "INSERT INTO file_plan_details (folder_name, office_code, user_name, day, month, year, creator, office_chief, status, file_series, classification, media) VALUES ('$BX_NAME1','$officecode1','$username1','$day1','$month1','$year1','$creator1','$officechief1','$status1','$BX_fileseries1','$BX_classification1','$BX_media1')"; mysql_query($fileplandetailinsert1); } /*this header statement redirects the user back to the folder detail input form after it inserts data into the db After I build a main navigation page, I will switch out index.php with whatever I name the script that will produce the main navigation page*/ header('Location:index.php'); ?> script.js function addRow(tableID) { var table = document.getElementById(tableID); var rowCount = table.rows.length; if(rowCount < 10000){ // limit the user from creating fields more than your limits var row = table.insertRow(rowCount); var colCount = table.rows[0].cells.length; for(var i=0; i<colCount; i++) { var newcell = row.insertCell(i); newcell.innerHTML = table.rows[0].cells[i].innerHTML; } }else{ alert("Maximum Passenger per ticket is 5."); } } function deleteRow(tableID) { var table = document.getElementById(tableID); var rowCount = table.rows.length; for(var i=0; i<rowCount; i++) { var row = table.rows[i]; var chkbox = row.cells[0].childNodes[0]; if(null != chkbox && true == chkbox.checked) { if(rowCount <= 1) { // limit the user from removing all the fields alert("Cannot Remove all the Passenger."); break; } table.deleteRow(i); rowCount--; i--; } } }
  18. so i have my database form which you can select a some data using the checkbox and when submitting it should get the row info and display it on the next page iv been struggling for days on this and cant work out how to do it please could i have some help <form name="test" method="post" action="shoppingbasket.php" > <input type="submit" value="Submit" > <?php $conn = pg_connect("host=db.dcs.aber.ac.uk port=5432 dbname=teaching user=csguest password=r3p41r3d"); $res = pg_query ($conn, "SELECT artist,composer,genre,title,album,label,price,description FROM music"); echo "<table border='1'>"; echo "<tr><th>Select</th><th>Artist</th><th>Composer</th><th>Genre</th><th>Title</th><th>Album</th><th>Label</th><th>Price</th><th>Description</th></tr>"; while ($row = pg_fetch_row($res)) { echo "<tr>"; echo '<td><input type="checkbox" name="check_list[]" value="' . $row['ref'] . $row['artist'] . '"></td>'; for ($column = 0; $column < pg_num_fields($res); $column++) { echo "<td>" . $row[$column] . "</td>"; } echo "</tr>"; } echo "</table>\n"; ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ shopping basket.php <?php echo "<table border='1'>"; echo "<tr><th>Select</th><th>Artist</th><th>Composer</th><th>Genre</th><th>Title</th><th>Album</th><th>Label</th><th>Price</th><th>Description</th></tr>"; if(!empty($_POST['check_list'])){ foreach($_POST['check_list'] as $row){ echo "$row was checked! "; } } ?> </form> </body> </html>
  19. Hi, I have server side data that populate a datatable, I stack when trying to pass array data from html page to jquery to fill the detail, as you can see in this fiddle, the detail is hard coded : http://jsfiddle.net/mlotfi/c918of1t/ I am looking for a way to send an array to that format function. Thanks, your help is appreciated.
  20. In the file attached, there is a while loop in which am trying to display the records from a table and on each iteration a text field is also printed, which I have declared as an array 'marks[]'. Am stuck with the way how values are retrieved from those php printed text fields i.e., echo "<input type='text' name='marks[]'>"; Please help. Thanks in advance Facultymarks.php
  21. I have a php script which runs a sql query and writes it to a CSV, which works perfectly. However, I created a second modified version of the script because I want to write the same CSV, but with an additional row beneath each group of data for totals. Currently, the results are ordered by User Extension (CSRs and phone numbers). So for extension 7200 I want, let's say, all 10 of their calls and then another row to total the calls and the individual columns. I currently have the query returning an 'x' for indicators. So one user might have 10 calls and 4 'x's in the 'inbound' column. I would want that to say 4. Anyway, I started the second version of the script to use an array to do this. The first problem is it's telling my fputcsv() expects parameter 1 to be resource. It looks like this could be an error for the type of array I'm using, but I'm not sure. I feel like I'm on the right track but I'm not familiar with using arrays and CSV files together like this. Any help is much appreciated. ```$result = mysqli_query($conn2, "SELECT DISTINCT firstn , lastn , extension , Recieved , RecievedKnown , Outbound , outboundKnown , Missed , MissedKnown , CallingNumber , CalledNumber , starttime , endtime , duration , HOLDTIMESECS , TERMINATIONREASONCODE FROM ( SELECT u.firstn , u.lastn , c.extension , CASE WHEN LEGTYPE1 = 2 AND ANSWERED = 1 THEN 'x' ELSE '' END AS Recieved , CASE WHEN LEGTYPE1 = 2 AND answered = 1 AND CALLINGPARTYNO = k.phone_number THEN 'x' ELSE '' END AS RecievedKnown , CASE WHEN ANSWERED = 1 AND LEGTYPE1 = 1 THEN 'x' ELSE '' END AS Outbound , CASE WHEN LEGTYPE1 = 1 AND FINALLYCALLEDPARTYNO = k.phone_number THEN 'x' ELSE '' END AS outboundKnown , CASE WHEN Answered = 0 THEN 'x' ELSE '' END AS Missed , CASE WHEN ANSWERED = 0 AND CALLINGPARTYNO = k.phone_number THEN 'x' ELSE '' END AS MissedKnown , a.CALLINGPARTYNO AS CallingNumber , a.FINALLYCALLEDPARTYNO AS CalledNumber , b.starttime AS starttime , b.endtime AS endtime , b.duration , a.holdtimesecs , a.terminationreasoncode FROM ambition.session a INNER JOIN ambition.callsummary b ON a.NOTABLECALLID = b.NOTABLECALLID INNER JOIN ambition.mxuser c ON a.RESPONSIBLEUSEREXTENSIONID = c.EXTENSIONID INNER JOIN jackson_id.users u ON c.extension = u.extension LEFT JOIN ambition.known_numbers k ON a.callingpartyno = k.phone_number WHERE date(b.ts) >= curdate() AND LEGTYPE1 <> 12 -- This keeps the report from having blank spaces due to the 12 legtype. AND c.extension IN (7276,7314,7295,7306,7357,7200,7218,7247,7331,7255,7330,7000,7215,7240,7358,7312) ) x ORDER BY lastn") or die(mysqli_error( $conn2)); $userDetails = array(); while ($row = mysqli_fetch_assoc($result)){ $userDetails[] = $row; $extension = $row['extension']; if(!isset($userDetails[$extension])){ $userDetails[$extension]['missedCallCounts'] = 1; /* First time count */ }else{ $userDetails[$extension]['missedCallCounts'] += 1; /* Sum up the count */ } } echo $userDetails; $fp = fopen('TESTCSV.csv', 'w'); foreach($userDetails as $userDetail){ /* In the following line dump the respective userdetails to csv which will show summary */ fputcsv($fp, array_values($userDetails)); }```
  22. how i can make a insert using this fuctions I m learning php, as using this functions (mysqli abstract) but after update wont work any more. /** insert data array */ public function insert(array $arr) { if ($arr) { $q = $this->make_insert_query($arr); $return = $this->modifying_query($q); $this->autoreset(); return $return; } else { $this->autoreset(); return false; } } complement /** insert query constructor */ protected function make_insert_query($data) { $this->get_table_info(); $this->set_field_types(); if (!is_array(reset($data))) { $data = array($data); } $keys = array(); $values = array(); $keys_set = false; foreach ($data as $data_key => $data_item) { $values[$data_key] = array(); $fdata = $this->parse_field_names($data); foreach ($fdata as $key => $val) { if (!$keys_set) { if (isset($this->field_type[$key])) { $keys[] = '`' . $val['table'] . '`.`' . $val['field'] . '`'; } else { $keys[] = '`' . $val['field'] . '`'; } } $values[$data_key][] = $this->escape($val['value'], $this->is_noquotes($key), $this->field_type($key), $this->is_null($key), $this->is_bit($key)); } $keys_set = true; $values[$data_key] = '(' . implode(',', $values[$data_key]) . ')'; } $ignore = $this->ignore ? ' IGNORE' : ''; $delayed = $this->delayed ? ' DELAYED' : ''; $query = 'INSERT' . $ignore . $delayed . ' INTO `' . $this->table . '` (' . implode(',', $keys) . ') VALUES ' . implode(',', $values); return $query; } before update this class i used to insert data like this $db = Sdba::table('users'); $data = array('name'=>'adam'); $db->insert($data); this method of insert dont works on new class. if i try like this i got empty columns and empty values. thanks for any help complete class download http://goo.gl/GK3s4E
  23. Hi I have a json data : { "email": "john@john.fr", "line_items": [ { "sku": "123456789", "price": "0.67", "price_with_tax": "4.00", "tax_lines": [ { "title": "tax010", "rate": 0.01, "price": "1.11" }, { "title": "tax00200", "rate": 0.02, "price": "2.22" } ] }, { "sku": "012345666", "price": "1.67", "price_with_tax": "5.00", "tax_lines": [ { "title": "tax0003000", "rate": 0.03, "price": "3.33" } ] } ] } and I try put this data in mySql. First data have a good value but second have a wrong data on 'price_tax1' and 'price_tax2' in mySql : Here is my MySql 1st item :::: good value email:john@john.fr sku:123456789 price:0.67 price_with_tax:4.00 price_tax1:1.11 price_tax2:2.22 2nd item :::: email:john@john.fr sku:012345666 price:1.67 price_with_tax:5.00 wrong value :::: price_tax1:1.11 price_tax2:2.22 here is my code : $jsondata = file_get_contents($jsondata); $dataDecode = json_decode($jsondata); $email = $dataDecode->email; try { $dtbs = new PDO($dsn_dev, $pdo_user, $pdo_password, array(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE => PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION)); } catch (Exception $e) { die('Error : ' . $e->getMessage()); } try { foreach ($dataDecode->line_items as $obj) { $var_sku = $obj->sku; $var_price = $obj->price; $var_price_with_tax = $obj->price_with_tax; $taxNewArray = array(); foreach ($dataDecode->line_items[0]->tax_lines as $obj2) { array_push($taxNewArray , $obj2); } $val1st = array_shift($taxNewArray); $val2nd = array_pop ($taxNewArray); $var_tax1 = $val1st->price; $var_tax2 = $val2nd->price; $stmt = $dtbs->prepare("INSERT INTO $tabledata ($mysql_email, $mysql_sku, $mysq_price, $mysql_price_with_tax, $mysql_price__tax1___line_items, $mysql_price__tax2___line_items ) VALUES (:email, :sku, :price, :price_with_tax, :price_tax1, :price_tax2)"); $stmt->execute(array(':email'=>$email, ':sku'=>$var_sku, ':price'=>$var_price, ':price_with_tax'=>$var_price_with_tax, ':price_tax1'=>$var_tax1, ':price_tax2'=>$var_tax2 )); } } catch(Exception $e) { throw $e; } How can I put goog value of 2nd data in mySql ? thanks
  24. Hi, I've inherited some code on a system from another person. I'll be the first to admit that I'm not a PHP pro, I am self taught, and use it sparingly for personal projects mainly. So this is a bit beyond my skill level, and I was hoping for some advice: The system is a glorified calendar, with a lot of our own data being slapped on top of it and presented nicely. The issue I have thoguh is that due to the way the calendar is generated, I cant make the height of the days move dynamically based on what content gets dropped into each day on the calendar. If one day is busy and has 8 events drop into it, they will overflow the days cell. I wanted to adjust the height of ALL cells on a month view calendar to the heighest required height of all cells in that view. What I was going to do, is +1 to a coutner for every event (or block) that is generated for each day (days are looped through a private function), and commit that number to an array. At the end fo the loop (after all days ahve been counted and have a value in the array), I was going to use max() on the array, pull the largest number, calculate the days cell hiehgt from that and apply it via CSS at page level. I've summarised the code in effect here (psuedo code, not real PHP): class Calendar { public $heights; private fucntion dayLoop($cellNumber) { $heights = []; //array $block_count = 0; //counter while(mysqlrowdata) { [code for mysql operations] $block_count++; //increment the count } $day_height = ($block_count * 16) + 18; //do some math specific to my application $this->heights[] = $day_height; //commit calc'd value to array //array_push($heights, $day_height); //this was a previosu attempt, i dont think i should use array_push here..?? } } That function, and others is called from the front end pages to generate the calendar. If I do a: var_dump($heights); after it on that page, all I get returned on screen is "Array ( )" I tried changing the private function to a public one, but this did not affect the outcome. Anyone have any ideas on what I'm doing wrong? Is my logic sound? Can I commit values to an array inside a loop in a public OR private function and then reference that array outside of the loop? I defined $heights as public in the class too, but that didnt change the outcome either. Thanks.
  25. Php Gurus, Is there a way how you could have more than one delimiter in the following functions ? explode implode Tutorials always shows one. But let us say, we need more than one. In that case, what would you do without coding separately one by one for each delimiter ? If regex then I'd like to see some code samples. Remember, a code sample would be appreciated by all present & future newbies. Explode Imagine I want to explode this: 'The "quick brown" fox jumps over the \'lazy dog\'.' To this: ' The "quick brown" fox jumps over the \'lazy dog\' . ' As you can see, we need 3 delimiters: Space " ' Now, imagine I need to implode this: " The 'quick brown' fox jumps over the \"lazy dog\" . " To this: "The 'quick brown' fox jumps over the \"lazy dog\"." As you can see the combiners are the same in this case like they were in the other case's delimiters. I don't want to be coding 3 separate snippets to use each delimiter/combiner. Hence the question. Imagine, I got millions of html files and I need to deal with millions of lines of content like the examples shown above (which was just one line each). Ok, I was about to post this now and a thought just crossed my mind. Maybe the delimiters/combiners can be placed in an array and then on each loop the delimiter/combiner can change ? But how do I call the delimiters/combiners from each array key ? Dump the array values to a variable ? Any sample would be appreciated. Saying all this, I will try myself to build 2 snippets from one of the codes from one of my previous threads but don't hold your breath and I prefer your feed-back if it's possible to do things with array like I'm pondering. @requinix, Yes, I am creating my own terminology again: Combiner/Joiner.
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