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Old November 22nd, 2004, 05:34 PM
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I'm in trouble...

LOL

I want to UPDATE one row (in a MySQL DataBase)... I have to retrieve the data to a HTML Form, so the user can modify it...

My question is: ┐How can I accomplish that task? ┐How can I fill (dynamically using PHP, of course) the Form with the retrieved data?


Thank you, very much for your help!!!

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Old November 23rd, 2004, 08:45 AM
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A simple pseudo structure of how I would code a page to handle this...

Code:
IF there's $_POST data
     Update field
ELSE
     Select the data you want to update
     Print the table, set values to row data
     Submit form to php_self
END IF


This way, when you view the page the first time, obviously there's no POST data... so instead you will see a form populated with the row information... when you submit the form (via POST, to the same page) then you *will* have post data, and you can then update the table.

If you need help connecting to a database or even just printing a form, I'd recommend Google'ing for it. There's some pretty good tutorials around the Developer Shed network as well, just poke around. Don't forget PHP's online documentation!

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Old November 23rd, 2004, 11:22 AM
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Hey dude, thank you very much!!!

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