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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 some hints? I am using PHP PDO to connect to the database.
  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 execute. There are numerous column on my database table but I'm only submitted selected field. In addition the actual table is called "Employees" but on the server reads "dbo.Employees". My Database is called "cs_all" Just won't seem to query, thanks in advance for any suggestions
  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 would see only this SP as not returning a value. $connectionInfo = array( "UID"=>$uid, "PWD"=>$pwd, "Database"=>$databaseName); /* Connect using SQL Server Authentication. */ $conn = sqlsrv_connect( $serverName, $connectionInfo); $tsql = "Exec GetBalanceForBalanceSite '1008'"; /* Execute the query. */ $stmt = sqlsrv_query( $conn, $tsql); if ( $stmt ) { echo "Statement executed.<br>\n"; } else { echo "Error in statement execution.\n"; die( print_r( sqlsrv_errors(), true)); } /* Iterate through the result set printing a row of data upon each iteration.*/ while( $row = sqlsrv_fetch_array( $stmt, SQLSRV_FETCH_NUMERIC)) { echo $row[0]; }
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