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I am trying to use URL variables to query a table the result of which is passed to an array for display purposes.

URL string:

detail.php?Type=0&HostID=1&Submit=Submit

Ive been around the block a few times with this trying different things but still cant get it to work.

Any help greatly appreciated.


$maxRows_hostdetail = 10;
$pageNum_hostdetail = 1;
 
 
if (isset($_GET['pageNum_hostdetail'])) {
  $pageNum_hostdetail = $_GET['pageNum_hostdetail'];
}
 
$startRow_hostdetail = $pageNum_hostdetail * $maxRows_hostdetail + 1;
 
 
mysql_select_db($database_webhosting, $webhosting);
 
$query_hostdetail = sprintf("SELECT `Host`, Package, Storage, `Data Transfer`, Bandwidth, `Email Accounts`, `IP Addresses`, `Included Domains`, `Sub Domains`, `Hostable Domains`, `FTP Accounts`, `Domain Price`, `MySQL Databases`, `Shared SSL`, `Dedicated SSL`, UpTime, `Money Back Guarantee`, Support, Setup, Price FROM hostfeatures WHERE `Type` = '%s' AND `Host ID` = '%s' ORDER BY 'Plan ID' ASC ", 
	 $_GET['Type'], 
	  $_GET['Host ID'], 
	$startRow_hostingsearch, 
	$maxRows_hostingsearch);
 
 
$query_limit_hostdetail = sprintf("%s LIMIT %d, %d", $query_hostdetail, $startRow_hostdetail, $maxRows_hostdetail);
$hostdetail = mysql_query($query_limit_hostdetail, $webhosting) or die(mysql_error());
$row_hostdetail = mysql_fetch_assoc($hostdetail);
 
if (isset($_GET['totalRows_hostdetail'])) {
  $totalRows_hostdetail = $_GET['totalRows_hostdetail'];
} else {
  $all_hostdetail = mysql_query($query_hostdetail);
  $totalRows_hostdetail = mysql_num_rows($all_hostdetail);
}
$totalPages_hostdetail = ceil($totalRows_hostdetail/$maxRows_hostdetail)-1;
 
$values = array();
while ($row_hostdetail = mysql_fetch_assoc($hostdetail)) {
    if ( ! $values) {
        foreach ($row_hostdetail as $key => $value) $values[$key] = array($value);
    } else {
        foreach ($row_hostdetail as $key => $value) $values[$key][] = $value;
    }    
}

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by:betch
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Just realized my form was passing HostID, have changed it to Host ID but it still doesn't work.
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Instead of changing HostID to Host ID, change the key on the $_GET array to HostID,  I think the problem is that a blank space is converted to %20 when it comes to links.

To see what the keys and values really look like, you could use:
echo '<pre>';
print_r($_GET);
echo '</pre>';

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by:betch
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You Legend husker475, I knew it had to be something stupid - Thanks mate.
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