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  1. I have 5 dropdowns on a tab of a website. I have a database table in MS SQL Server. The table has all the data of 5 dropdowns with one of the fieldNames called Region_Name, say the Region_Names are A, B, C, D, and E. I have written codes to display a table and enabled row editing for one of the RegionNames. Now, I am wondering if I could modify the same codes to display associated table with row editing enabled using different queries when a dropdown is clicked. That could reduce the code repetition and improve the performance. But I do not know how to achieve this. Could anyone please give me
  2. Hello All, I'm trying to use PHP to post to MSSQL server, I can get a connection however when I attempt my MSSQL Statement the query just won't work. This is most troubling, anyone have any suggestions Here's my code $conn = mssql_connect( 'myServer', "username", 'password', 'database' ) or die('Error Connecting'); $sql = "INSERT INTO Employees (Area, isTicketRep) VALUES ('789456', '1')"; mssql_query($conn, $sql) or die('Error Querying MSSQL Database'); mssql_close($conn); I have tried an if statement to ensure a connection, I have a connection....however the query just wont execu
  3. I have a stored procedure that simply returns 1 result and only 1 row. The output when run through studio looks like the attached image. I have written local VB applications that execute the stored procedure and output the data on screen without issue. But when I use the below PHP app it acts as if though the stored procedure did not return any rows. All I get on the screen is the "Statement Executed" echo. Now other stored procedures work fine when I use this same code, but I know this SP is returning a row with a value (see attached screenshot) in it, so I can't understand why PHP wo
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