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I have displayed check box values(ugroup field) from ugroups table.now what i want to do is,when user select multiple check boxes and submit it should be insert into relavent feild in table.now it's insert check boxes values.but not in relevant field.this is my code.Please help me.

//select ugroup's from group table.
<?php
$result = "SELECT id,ugroup FROM group";
$res_result = db::getInstance()->query($result);
?>
<form action="db_sql/db_add_page.php" method="get">
Tittle :<input type="text" size="100" name="tittle" />
Description :<textarea cols="80" id="editor1" name="description" rows="10"></textarea>

//Display ugroups in textboxes and checkboxes
       <?php 
while( $line=$res_result->fetch(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC)) {
echo '<input type="checkbox" name="group[]" value=" '. $line['ugroup'] .'" />';
echo'<input type="text" name="ugroup" disabled="disabled" value=" '. $line['ugroup'] .'" size="7" "/>';
echo ' ';
}
?><input type="submit" value="Submit">
</form>

db_add_page.php

if(isset($_POST))
{


$tittle = $_POST['tittle'];
$description = $_POST['description'];
$ugroup = $_POST['group'];
$acc_status = "INSERT INTO add_services (id,tittle,description,g1,g2,g3,g4,g5,g6,g7,g8)
 VALUES(NULL,'".$tittle."','".$description."','".$ugroup[0]."','".$ugroup[1]."','".$ugroup[2]."','
".$ugroup[3]."','".$ugroup[4]."','".$ugroup[5]."','".$ugroup[6]."','".$ugroup[7]."')";
$rate = db::getInstance()->exec($acc_status); 
if(!$rate){
echo '<script type="text/javascript">alert("Update Error !");</script>';
}else{
header('Location:../add_page.php');
echo '<script type="text/javascript">alert("Successfuly Updated User Group !");</script>'; 



}

}

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The $_POST['checkbox'] value will only exist if the checkbox is checked.

Thats why you have to reset the corresponding database field to NULL or 0 by default. And then you have to test if the $_POST['checkbox'] exist with the isset() function. If it does then you set the database field to 1.

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The correct way to do it is to normalize your data and remove the groups g1, g2,..., gN from the services table and to create a new table, say, service_group. The group ids should each be stored in a separate row with the service_id

+-------------------+                                           +-------------+
|  add_service      |                                           |  ugroup     |
+-------------------+                                           +-------------+
|  id               | ---+                              +------ |  id         |
|  title            |    |      +-----------------+     |       |  ugroup     |
|  description      |    |      | service_group   |     |       +-------------+
+-------------------+    |      +-----------------+     |
                         +----< | service_id      |     |
                                | ugroup_id       | >---+
                                +-----------------+  

Then for each checkbox that was checked you write a record to this third table

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