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Viewing only certain type of Inventory from inventory.php


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Unfortunately I think I'm missing something.

http://craighooghiem.com/goodwills/final/inventory.php?order=type&ordertype=DESC&type=car still flags an issue with the code.

 

Am I missing something? I have the code supplied in my inventory.php file, but I when I type in the URL I get those errors.

I used to type that URL in and just get no results.. so I feel like I'm getting closer.

 

Anything wrong with:

$sSql = ($_GET['type']) ? $vehicles->SQL() . " WHERE type = '" . mysql_real_escape_string($_GET['type']) . "'" : $vehicles->SQL();

(tried with isset() and empty(), but both just gave me errors the same as this [while empty() gave me errors even on just inventory.php without any extras in the URL])

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Look at your actual database to see what is in the "type" field (if that field exists?). Perhaps it is using a number system 1= truck, 2= car, 3=bus ... etc.. Rather then "car" "truck"

 

You can't select something that isn't there.

 

Sorry if I missed something, but I don't have time to read through everything posted right now.

 

Good luck!

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Look at your actual database to see what is in the "type" field (if that field exists?). Perhaps it is using a number system 1= truck, 2= car, 3=bus ... etc.. Rather then "car" "truck"

 

You can't select something that isn't there.

 

Sorry if I missed something, but I don't have time to read through everything posted right now.

 

Good luck!

That's not a syntax error.

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Look at your actual database to see what is in the "type" field (if that field exists?). Perhaps it is using a number system 1= truck, 2= car, 3=bus ... etc.. Rather then "car" "truck"

 

It's definitely not.

If it was only that simple, they are stored as Car SUV etc

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I couldn't get it to output, but

string(44) "SELECT * FROM `vehicles` ORDER BY `year` ASC"

 

echo nl2br("\n\n").$sSql.nl2br("\n\n");

 

Gave me:

SELECT * FROM `vehicles` ORDER BY `year` ASC

 

Does that help?

The related Function is:

// Table SQL
function SQL() {
	$sFilter = $this->CurrentFilter;
	$sSort = $this->getSessionOrderBy();
	return ew_BuildSelectSql($this->SqlSelect(), $this->SqlWhere(),
		$this->SqlGroupBy(), $this->SqlHaving(), $this->SqlOrderBy(),
		$sFilter, $sSort);
}

(as far as I can gather)

 

EDIT: Finally fixed this mother F*er.

Don't ask why, but by commenting out

$sFilter = $this->CurrentFilter;
//$sSort = $this->getSessionOrderBy();

In the above function, it solved my problem!

 

Unfortunately now my sort won't work?

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I now have a working http://www.craighooghiem.com/goodwills/final/inventory.php?type=car

But, as soon as you sort a column on this page, it reverts back to a URL without type.

 

Can i edit this function to include the GET _type ?

// Sort Url
function SortUrl(&$fld) {
	if ($this->CurrentAction <> "" || $this->Export <> "" ||
		($fld->FldType == 205)) { // Unsortable data type
		return "";
	} else {
		$sUrlParm = $this->UrlParm("order=" . urlencode($fld->FldName) . "&ordertype=" . $fld->ReverseSort());
		return ew_CurrentPage() . "?" . $sUrlParm;
	}
}

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