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  1. <?php // This page is for editing a user record. // This page is accessed through view_users.php. // Require the configuration before any PHP code as the configuration controls error reporting: require('./includes/config.inc.php'); // Require the database connection: require(MYSQL); // Include the header file: $page_title = 'Edit User'; include('./includes/header.html'); // Check for a valid user ID, through GET or POST: if ( (isset($_GET['id'])) && (is_numeric($_GET['id'])) ) { // From view_users.php $id = $_GET['id']; } elseif ( (isset($_POST['id'])) && (is_numeric($
  2. I'm not sure if this is even possible but I would like to modify script 10.3. I have created a simple running log where users can input the details of their run using a form that includes text input, radio buttons and drop-down menus. Is it possible to use the same or similar form to edit/update their records? I have no problem retrieving the values for the text boxes but I don't know how the form is supposed to show the values from the drop down menus or to "select" the appropriate radio button. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  3. I used script 10.5 as a model for view_households.php but get he following error message: ------------ warning: mysqli_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli_result, boolean given in /home/content/00/10035700/html/pumc/edit_household.php on line 97 This page has been accessed in error without valid hh_id -------------------- <?php # Script 10.5 - #5 // This script retrieves all the records from the users table. // This new version allows the results to be sorted in different ways. session_start();// access session variables. $page_title = 'View the Current Households'; include ('
  4. is it possilbe to update two tables using the same code from Chapter 12 "Updating Data in a Databse"? if it is possible, can you teach me how to do it? for example.. TABLE 1 recordid.. name...basicinfo TABLE 2 recordid...login... password
  5. Page 108, version 0.5 The following sentence seems to jump over several points, each of which needs a more detailed explanation. Consequently, I cannot understand this sentence at all: "the form used to both create and edit a record is its own file, and that file can be included by both create.php and update.php (those two files start by changing the headings above the form)." Larry, can you break this down please? Thanks.
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