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Hi There,

I'm trying to get the following array to work as a separate include php file to make the HTML easier to follow. Within the HTML it has been working fine, as the "echo $tdata_consent Variable is within the main curly brackets. As soon as I move the variable outside of the brackets I only get 1 item from the array rather than all of the items. 

 $projects_const = array();    
    $required_const = ['Consent'];
    $colors_const =   array_combine($required_const, ['bg-danger text-white font-weight-bold'] );

    $xml_const=simplexml_load_string($jobs_task_response) or die("Error: Cannot create object");
     
    foreach($xml_const->Jobs->Job as $item_const) {
        if (in_array((string)$item_const->State, $required_const)) {     
            $projects_const[] = array(
                'job_no'          => (string)$item_const->ID,
                'job_name'        => (string)$item_const->Name,
                'job_start'       => date('d/m/Y', strtotime($item_const->StartDate)),
                'job_due'         => date('d/m/Y', strtotime($item_const->DueDate)),
                'job_status'      => (string)$item_const->State,
                'job_staff'       => (string)$item_const->Assigned->Staff->Name,
            );
        }
    } 
    
    usort($projects_const, function($a,$b) {return $b['job_due'] <=> $a['job_due']; } );  
 
    foreach ($projects_const as $proj_const) {
        $job_no =$proj_const['job_no'];
        $job_name =$proj_const['job_name'];
        $job_status =$proj_const['job_status'];
        $job_staff =$proj_const['job_staff'];
        $job_due =$proj_const['job_due'];
        $clr_1 = $colors_const[$job_status];
        
        $tdata_const = '';
                        
        $tdata_const .= "<div class='row no-gutters'>";
        $tdata_const .= "<div class='col-sm bg-white border rounded'><a href='managejob.php?job_id=$job_no' class='text-left ml-1'><strong>$job_no</strong></a></div>";
        $tdata_const .= "<div class='col-sm-2 bg-white border rounded'><p class='text-left ml-1'>$job_name</p></div>"; 
        $tdata_const .= "<div class='col-sm-2 bg-white border rounded'>" . state_dropdown_1($job_no, $job_status, $clr_1) . "</div>";
        $tdata_const .= "<div class='col-sm-2 bg-white border rounded'><p class='text-left ml-1'>$job_status</p></div>"; 
        $tdata_const .= "<div class='col-sm-2 bg-white border rounded'><p class='text-left ml-1'>$job_staff</p></div>";    
    
    } 
    echo $tdata_const;

Any thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks in Advance.

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1 hour ago, Plugnz13 said:

$tdata_const = '';

That line clears the data each time through the loop.

Put it before the foreach()  loop.

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