Array Update

If I want to update a part of an array, do I need to rebuild the array or can I just specify a new value for the key? PHP Code:



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Store Form Data In An Array And Update Array With Each Submit Click?

i am trying to make a payroll calculator script that takes employee info, calculates pay, displays submitted info in a table, stores info in an array, and updates the array when new info is submitted. i have most of these accomplished, i am having trouble with the "store into an array, and update the array when new info is submitted" parts of the project. i am still not very fluent in php so there may be easier ways to achieve what i have so far.

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Update Values In An Associative Array And Store The Entire Array?

Here's a code example:

$array = array();
$array['master']['slave'] = "foo";
foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
foreach ($value as $key2 => $value2) {

[Code]....

Output does not reflect 'foobar' in l5

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Update Array

I am trying to update my a table on my DB using update and an array i have the following funtion that i found on the net but i dont understand how to use it could anyone help?

function mysql_update_array($table, $data, $id_field, $id_value) {
foreach ($data as $field=>$value) {
$fields[] = sprintf("`%s` = '%s'", $field, mysql_real_escape_string($value));
}
$field_list = join(',', $fields);

$query = sprintf("UPDATE `%s` SET %s WHERE `%s` = %s", $table, $field_list, $id_field, intval($id_value));

return $query;
}

or if you have any other ways that are easy to do then the above i would love to hear about them.

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I have a form which lifts 20 items at a time out of a db table. Against each record I place a textbox for suggested changes, and the relevant line in the form is: PHP Code:

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What I'm trying to do is pull a couple variables off a table. Then update some variables and upload them to the server. Code:

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I am working on my first online shop system and would like help with the following:

when a user adds items to the basket, I store the data in a session variable

$_SESSION['mybasket'][$_POST['productid']] = array('quantity' => $_POST['quantity'], 'productprice' => $_POST['productprice']);

Now, in my Basket View page, I want to allow the user to update the quantities as you would expect of each item if they choose to do so, but this is where I am stuck.

For each product item in my array I echo the product details but also a Quantity Field as such: PHP Code:

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I have the following array, $cart which is structured like so:

Array
(
[0] => Array
(
[sku] => TEST1
[size] => s
[qty] => 1
)
)

how can I update the qty to 2 directly using php and not using a foreach loop (nb. assume I have the index value (0) already).

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I have the following mongodb object:

{
"_id": ObjectId("4d0b9c7a8b012fe287547157"),
"messages": {
"0": {
"toUname": "Eamorr3",

[Code]....

Do I need to pull the entire array element, modify and and push it back in again?

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i have a small issue on a site that i maintain, basically its a costing report for a given user between two dates, it seemed to be working fine, but we have just noticed somethin weired: we put our start and end dates in and we get the correct results back with textboxes to amend the $value if we need to, the problem comes when we submit any changes, and the code does its stuff. history.value has a default of 3.10 $value properties are:

Quote:
value | decimal(3,2) | No | 3.10
Heres the page code:
$sql="SELECT * FROM history, property WHERE history.property_id = property.property_id AND history.user_id = '$client' AND history.updated >= '$start' AND history.updated <= '$end'";
$result=mysql_query($sql);

[Code]...

As you can see its putting in the default, but spread over the first four UPDATES then updating the remaining $value's as blanks. im assuming the array is messed up, but i cannot work out why.

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I have this multidimension array in which I need to update a value. What would be the best way to do so? I tried it with 2 foreach loops but wasn't sure if that was the right approach.

Here is the array in question. I need to update the dollar amount on each sub array (i.e. add 3 to it).

array(6) { ["Ground"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "13.63" }
["3 Day Select"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "25.26" }
["2nd Day Air"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "32.43" }
["Next Day Air Saver"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "63.00" }
["Next Day Air"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(5) "68.65" }
["Next Day Air Early AM"]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(3) "USD" [1]=> string(6) "103.68" } }

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Update Record Using Array?

I receive the error "update has failed 1054: Unknown column 'Array' in 'field list'" Why does it think that there is a column called 'Array'?I am updating multiple records in my database using php. There may be one or five records updated at a time, so I am using FOREACH (that's what I used when I first inserted them into the database). Once the record is selected, the form is repopulated with the old values, and the user may change them.(new values are assigned to variables beginning with "ud_"The form

PHP Code:<TD><input type="hidden" name="match_activity_id[]" value="<?php echo $match_activity_id; ?>"/><?php echo $match_activity_id; ?></TD>
[code]..

I receive the error "update has failed - 1054: Unknown column 'Array' in 'field list'" Why does it think that there is a column called 'Array'? I've eliminated many other variables from the example to shorten this post. I hope that I did not leave out anything important amount the copying/pasting.When I rint_r($POST) I receive the first row[0] (there was only one record being updated): rray [match_activity_id] => Array ( [0] => 16 ) [ud_invoice_number] => Array ( [0] => 7 ) [ud_code_id] => Array ( [0] => 7 ) [ud_contributor] => Array ( [0] => County))All of the values are correct, by the way. I hope this post isn't too long and confusing.

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Update Record Using Array?

Im having some trouble trying to update my table using an array, It processes and doesnt throw up any errors so im at a loss as to whats happening as its not updating my table?

my page is Code: [Select]mysql_select_db($database_saucy_connection, $saucy_connection);
$query_allphotos = "SELECT * FROM model_login, model_pictures WHERE model_pictures.user_id=model_login.id";
$allphotos = mysql_query($query_allphotos, $saucy_connection) or die(mysql_error());
$row_allphotos = mysql_fetch_assoc($allphotos);
$totalRows_allphotos = mysql_num_rows($allphotos);

[Code]...

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How To Update Array Values

I'm trying to figure out how to update values I have in an array. I've read about all sorts of bits but I'm stuck, I dont really understand associative so thought I'd post an example of my code for someone to hopefully assist.. so, if I have a table $fees, which is filled from a select, for example..

select * from `cases_fees`.     "contains fields for id, type, amount and others

now I want to do is foreach through that table and update a field called `amount`. but I cant understand the foreach >= as key part.  what is a key and what isn't ? (I know what the keys of the db table arem but that's not the same eh?)

I'm fine with normal foreach, but I cant update back to the array so I need to find out how to be able to set valus back into $fees[`amount`]

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Update The Content Of An Element In My Array

foreach ($consumers as $key => $consumer) {
if ($consumer ['transstatus'] == 'OK') {
$consumers [$key] ['transstatus']= "Payment Successful";
}
}

I am trying to update the content of an element in my array above. The consumers array contains the data is created by an sqlquery.

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I have a table with records and each record has a groupid, userid and a statusid. Where a status is a particular number within these records, I need to gather those groupid and userid into an array. Then i need to use the values in the array to update the same table with a new statusid. So, i basically need guidance on how to do this. This is what I have so far:

$sqlquery = "SELECT groupid, userid, statusid FROM mytable WHERE statusid = 1";
$result = mysql_query($sqlquery);
while ($datarow = mysql_fetch_array($result)) {
$myarray[] = $datarow[groupid];
$myarray[] = $datarow[userid];
}

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JQuery Update Array Into Javascript?

Simplified version of my problem: Here is javascript example called example.html writes the content of a javascript array.

[Code....]

Instead of array the values are written columns file.txt located in the same server directory where the example.html is. file.txt looks like that

1 2
3 4
5 6

I would like to accomplish the same functionality as the example above by reading this file with php and pass it to the javascript. file.txt is a log file where new values are being appended every few seconds So when new values are added I want to see the changes updated to screen. Here is getfile.php function that reads the file.

[Code....]

This code displays the file.txt. However when I manually append new values to the file.txt there is no update in the browser. If I refresh the page manually the new values are shown as well. So what am I doing wrong? Is it the php script or probably I am not using the setInterval() properly.

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I have the array:

[Code]....

1 - Change the key Branch to Brand, but without moving it to the end or the array.
2 - Update all the values to the key Country, changing Jpn to Japan

The result should be like this:

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I have an array that is sent to my controller, such as this:

$array = array(
[0]=>array(
[id]=>5,
[position]=>6

[Code]....

And I need to save the position of each item using its id. What is the best way to do this in cakePHP? I can only imagine looping an update function or pulling the entire database, changing the correct values, then saving the database.

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I have the following mongodb object:

{
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"messages": {
"0": {
"toUname": "Eamorr3",

[Code]....

How do I set "read" to 1 in PHP?

Here's what I've tried sofar to no avail:

update(array('uname'=>$uname),array('$set'=>array('messages'=>array('read')=>'1')));

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I have the following code which basically checks an array of input textboxes and inserts them into a database table:

public function insertAuthor($authArray, $PCorder=0)
{
$query = sprintf('SELECT Pid, Pname FROM People WHERE Pname IN('%s') ORDER BY Pid ASC', implode('','', $authArray));
$result = mysql_query($query);

[Code]...

The logic works by firstly checking to see if an Author exists, if so they are inserted into PeopleCon, if not they are inserted into People AND PeopleCon. This all works perfectly. But now what  i need to do is build an update method where users can edit the authors also. The logic would be more or less the same, but i wouldn't neeed an insertpersons method, i would need to change it, and also the script would edit the existing authors, and if anymore are added apply the same method as above.

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I have the below code:

Code: [Select]<div>
<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="4">
<tr>
<td colspan="7" valign="top">

[Code].....

This pulls data in array from database for example:

test1;test9;test2;test3;test4;test5;test6;test14;test7;test8

The SELECT query works fine if i manually edit the array in the database to make the boxes checked or not.

Problem seems to be when i click submit, its not updating the DATABASE?!

i recently upgraded to PHP5 eventually and it seems it stopped working arond then.

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first i connect to database...

if form was submitted it goes through this code:

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<?php
class MainModel {
public static function create($custArray){[code]....

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I have a small app that displays the contents of a MySQL database table, and am trying to get a form at the top to work. Here is what I have - the app works fine, if the database info is input directly into the file,.. in an array like this:

Code:
"database" => array("host" => "localhost",
"username" => "user1",
"password" => "mypassword",
"database" => "test_db",
"table" => "myTable"),
"sortable"=> "all",

[Code]...

I'm no JS wiz, but I presume that AJAX might be a way to go when updating variables without leaving the page or sending the data to another page..

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In the code below, the idea is to update the $values array by the $value assigned reference variable.

PHP Code:
<?php
$str = 'value one, values, ';
$values = explode(',', $str));
print_r($values);
foreach($values as &$value)
{
if(!empty(trim($value))

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What am I missing - because this does not work!

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I want update the Postgres database table with array elements but I didn't know how.

I tried this but I got this notice: Notice: Undefined index: 'value' in 'file' on line x

Update:

private function debug ($function_name, $arg_names, $arg_vals (<=with func_get_args()) )
{
$arg_names_array = explode(',', $arg_names);
foreach($arg_names_array as $k => $v)
{
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I am not using any javascript plugin,

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When Double click on any cell Then enter your own text and then tab out or click on other place.so How can I update these data example store in an array ,can store values in every time edited?

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I have the following MongoDB object:

{
"_id": ObjectId("4d0e28938b012fe28754715a"),
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I have five elements. Each elements have 5 colors and I have to retrieve the pictures that fits those colors.

Example:

Boot [Color1,Color2,Color3,Color5]
Shoes [Color1,Color2,Color3,Color5]

The first element have 28000 posibilities the others has less than 5000. Via ajax I will send the colors and It will return the picture. So Which is the best way to store data that are going to grow:

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A PHP with a Mysql database.
Or a static XML file (it can weight 1MB).

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