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PHP : how to assign variable from mysql to smarty

Posted on 2008-10-24
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hi, i want to pull 1 column of data from mysql and put it into
smarty template that use

listmenu or html_option

 i have something like this

====================================================================================
$query = "SELECT * FROM package";
$query_result = @mysql_query ($query) OR error(mysql_error());
while ($info = @mysql_fetch_array($query_result))
{
      $types_temp = array();
      
      $types_temp = $info['pack_name'];

}

STemplate::assign('types_temp', $types_temp);
=================================================================================

TPL:
            <select name="package">
             <option value='null'>-- none --</option>
            {html_options options=$packnamez.sohai }
           </select>


does my TPL correct? i cant figure it work :(
some 1 please help
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see below. First, you have to add every row to array by assinging to $types_temp[] (note the []).
Then assign that variable and finally use it in smarty.
$query = "SELECT * FROM package";
$query_result = @mysql_query ($query) OR error(mysql_error());
while ($info = @mysql_fetch_array($query_result))
{
      $types_temp = array();
      
      $types_temp[] = $info['pack_name'];
 
}
 
STemplate::assign('types_temp', $types_temp);
=================================================================================
 
TPL:
            <select name="package">
             <option value='null'>-- none --</option>
            {html_options options=$types_temp }
           </select>

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