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  1. I have below script. it does the while loop 100%. it updates the mysql database one at a time as it should. the problem I have now is that the while loop does not end and go to the next statement as it should. it keeps pollong the database. so when in back end you change to 0 it automatically updates again. Please see if you can help me to see where I can stop this while loop when there are no more loops // Here I select the amount of rows $sql_query = "SELECT ae FROM `debitorderrejectionimport` WHERE ae = '0'"; $rowCount = mysqli_query($conn,$sql_query); $rowCountUpdate = mysqli_num_rows($rowCount); echo $rowCountUpdate; while($rowCountUpdate > 0) { $sql = "UPDATE `ttee`.`au1` INNER JOIN `ttee`.`au` ON (`au1`.`id` = `au`.`id`) INNER JOIN `ttee`.`ae1` ON (`ae1`.`idd` = `au1`.`idd`) INNER JOIN `ttee`.`debitorderrejectionimport` ON (`debitorderrejectionimport`.`nr` = `ae1`.`id`) SET `au`.`amount` = `ae1`.`amount` + `au1`.`amount`, `debitorderrejectionimport`.`ae` = au.id ;"; $result = mysqli_query($conn, $sql); $updated = mysqli_affected_rows($conn); $rowCountUpdate - ($updated);} // if it finished updating and there is no more rows it must continue with below query mysqli_query($conn, " INSERT INTO `sataxicrm754`.`debitorderrejectionimport_back` ( `Outbound`, `Allocation`, `AccountName`, `QueryComplaintType`, `QueryStatus`, `Querytypeoption`, `Description`, `DealID`, `Deals`, `Assignedusername`, `Teams`, `CampaignName`, `CampaignID`, `inserted`, `idnumber`, `nr`, `datew`, `premium`, `policynumber`, `ContactNumber`, `CollectionType`, `OpportunityAmount`, `Broker`, `impref`, `id` ) SELECT `Outbound`, `Allocation`, `AccountName`, `QueryComplaintType`, `QueryStatus`, `Querytypeoption`, `Description`, `DealID`, `Deals`, `Assignedusername`, `Teams`, `CampaignName`, `CampaignID`, `inserted`, `idnumber`, `nr`, `datew`, `premium`, `policynumber`, `ContactNumber`, `CollectionType`, `OpportunityAmount`, `Broker`, `impref`, `id` FROM `sataxicrm754`.`debitorderrejectionimport` WHERE QueryComplaintType <> 'QueryComplaintType' ");
  2. I have 2 pages...1 one that has something like 500 checkboxes that list all of the active users in a database. When any number of checkboxes are selected it passes the variables from the checkboxes to the next page, asking for confirmation. Right now I have the 2nd page displaying numbers for the people, but doesn't display the correct entries. The code is below, hopefully it helps: if(isset($_POST['Update'])) //if the update button was pressed { if (isset($_POST['Player_number'])) //checks to see if any checkboxes are selected { //$Player_number = IMPLODE(',',$_POST['Player_number']); //putting the comma in between the array items echo $Player_number; ?> <input type="hidden" name="<?PHP $Player_number; ?>" value="<?PHP $Player_number; ?>"> $Player_number = IMPLODE(',',$_POST['Player_number']); //putting the comma in between the array items $result = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM `players` WHERE `Player_number` = '$Player_number' ORDER BY Player_Last_Name") or die(mysql_error()); while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)) //while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) { // here is your data echo "FName: ".$row['Player_First_Name']; echo "lName: ".$row['Player_Last_Name']; echo "email: ".$row['player_email']; } foreach($_POST['Player_number'] as $row) { $result = mysql_query("SELECT `Player_First_Name`,`Player_Last_Name`,`player_email`, `Player_number` FROM `players` WHERE `Player_number` = '$Player_number' ORDER BY Player_Last_Name") or die(mysql_error()); $Player_number = IMPLODE(',',$_POST['Player_number']); //putting the comma in between the array items while($rows=mysql_fetch_array($result)) { echo "Player Number: ".$Player_number; //echo "pNumber: ".$row; //echo $rows['Player_First_Name']; ?> <tr bgcolor='<?PHP echo $bkcolor; ?>'> <td width = '20%' height="20"><div align="center"><input type="hidden" name="Player_number[]" value="<?php echo $row; ?>"></div></td> <td width= '20%' headers="20"><div align="center"><?php echo $rows['Player_First_Name']; ?></div></td> <td width= '20%' headers="20"><div align="center"><?php echo $rows['Player_Last_Name']; ?></div></td> <td width= '20%' headers="20"><div align="center"><?php echo $rows['player_email']; ?></div></td> <?PHP }//close of the while loop }//close of the foreach loop }//close of if (isset($_POST['Player_number'])) } //close of (isset($_POST['Update'] My issue that it goes through the For loop that is listed above, but list the player first name X amount of times.
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