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ok im trying to make seo url im creating slug ok but how do i insert along the id of that post?

 

doing this following is definitely wrong im sure because i get 0 instead

 

 $id = $db->lastInsertId('id');            
        $stmt->execute(array(
                     ':poster' => $uid,
                     ':title' => $title,
                     ':mobile' => $mobile,
                     ':email' => $email,
                     ':seourl' => ''.$id.'/'.$seourl

 

how on earth i can acheive that?

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ok, change the following and let us know what it gives you:

 $id = $db->lastInsertId('id');  

becomes

 $id = $db->lastInsertId();
var_dump('last-insert-id = '.$id);

i did this

 

 $id = $db->lastInsertId();
         var_dump('last-insert-id = '.$id);           

                $stmt->execute(array(
                     ':poster' => $uid,
                     ':title' => $title,
                     ':mobile' => $mobile,
                     ':email' => $email,
                     ':seourl' => ''.$id.'/'.$seourl

 

but still 0 gets added in db not the id an also in browser i get this printed string 'last-insert-id = 0' (length=18)

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yes bro in db the posted id is 8 here is how i exactly tried

$stmt = $db->prepare('INSERT INTO table (poster,title,mobile,email,seourl) VALUES (:(poster, :title, :mobile, :email, :seourl)');         

$id = $db->lastInsertId();
var_dump('last-insert-id = '.$id);           

$stmt->execute(array(
  ':poster' => $uid,
  ':title' => $title,
  ':mobile' => $mobile,
  ':email' => $email,
  ':seourl' => ''.$id.'/'.$seourl
));

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So you're trying to get the ID of the record you're just inserting? That's impossible. MySQL cannot predict the future.

 

What's the whole point of the seourl field, anyway? If it's just the ID and the slugified title, then you can create the URL dynamically. There's no need to physically store it in the database.

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I'm not your bro.

 

The URLs in this forum are probably generated dynamically. As I already said, it's just the ID concatenated with a URL-friendly version of the title:

function get_topic_url($topic_id)
{
    $title = get_topic_title($topic_id);

    return $topic_id.'-'.slugify($title);
}
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I'm not your bro.

 

The URLs in this forum are probably generated dynamically. As I already said, it's just the ID concatenated with a URL-friendly version of the title:

function get_topic_url($topic_id)
{
    $title = get_topic_title($topic_id);

    return $topic_id.'-'.slugify($title);
}

i tried something like this and seems to be working

 

$stmt = $db->prepare('INSERT INTO table (poster,title,mobile,email,seourl) VALUES (:(poster, :title, :mobile, :email, :seourl)');        
$stmt->execute(array(
  ':poster' => $uid,
  ':title' => $title,
  ':mobile' => $mobile,
  ':email' => $email,
  ':seourl' => ''.$id.'/'.$seourl
));

 $id = $db->lastInsertId();        
  $seturl = ''.$id.'/'.$seourl.'';
  $qry = "UPDATE jobs SET seourl = :seourl WHERE id = :id";
  $stmt = $db->prepare($qry);                  
  $stmt->bindParam(':seourl', $seturl);      
  $stmt->bindParam(':id', $id);            
  $stmt->execute();
 

 

does it makes sense or should i remove it? do you think i should do it like this?

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I'm not your bro.

 

The URLs in this forum are probably generated dynamically. As I already said, it's just the ID concatenated with a URL-friendly version of the title:

function get_topic_url($topic_id)
{
    $title = get_topic_title($topic_id);

    return $topic_id.'-'.slugify($title);
}

and sorry bout the (Bro) apology if it offended you in any ways.

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