more trouble with query

ColdFusion 9

Hi again. I'm having trouble with this query, below. The output displays only one project per bureau -- even when there are several projects associated with a bureau.

Example: http://www.doivista.org/showBureauRecord.cfm?bureauID=5

Many of the states (Alabama and so on) should have several projects displayed under them .... but only one project is displayed per state.

I've tried different queries. What am I missing?

Thanks again. Learning a lot.

Eric

query:
<cfparam name="URL.bureauID" default="0"> 

<cfquery name="getBureauProjects" datasource="#application.datasource#">
SELECT
b.bureauID,
b.bureauTitle,
p.projectID,
p.ProjectName,
p.bureauTitle,
p.State,
p.Archive
FROM #REQUEST.BureauTable# b
            LEFT JOIN #REQUEST.ProjectsTable# p
            ON p.bureauTitle = b.bureauTitle
           <!--- no need for cfqueryparam when it's a hard coded value --->
           AND  p.Archive = 0
WHERE b.bureauID = <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_integer" value="#val(url.bureauID)#">
ORDER BY p.State ASC
</cfquery>

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HTML:

<!--- if a project was found ...--->
<cfif getBureauProjects.projectID GT 0>

<cfoutput query="getBureauProjects" group="state">
<h3>#getBureauProjects.State#</h3>
<p><a href="/showProjectRecord.cfm?ProjectID=#val(getBureauProjects.ProjectID)#">#getBureauProjects.ProjectName#</a></p>
</cfoutput>




<cfelse>
<h2>Currently no projects are associated with this bureau. Please check back for future projects.</h2>

</cfif>

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gdemariaCommented:
Hi Eric,

When you use group= in your cfoutput, you need to add another set of cfoutput tags to show the grouped values

<cfoutput query="getBureauProjects" group="state">
<h3>#getBureauProjects.State#</h3>
  <cfoutput>
   <p><a href="/showProjectRecord.cfm?ProjectID=#val(getBureauProjects.ProjectID)#">#getBureauProjects.ProjectName#</a></p>
  </cfoutput>
</cfoutput>

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Eric BourlandAuthor Commented:
gdemaria,

That's working. I am wrapping my head around the logic of this:

>>>When you use group= in your cfoutput, you need to add another set of cfoutput tags to show the grouped values

I put a CFOUTPUT within the grouped CFOUTPUT.

states are grouped: #getBureauProjects.State#

projects are insidd CFOUTPUT that is not grouped: #getBureauProjects.ProjectName#

I think this is something I need to get used to.

It kind of makes sense.
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Eric BourlandAuthor Commented:
This is working great, but I am still struggling a little to see why it works. I'm going to look at this some more and look for other examples.

gdemaria thank you as always. Hope your day is going well.

Eric
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gdemariaCommented:
The group=State on the cfoutput says that any record within that cfoutput with the SAME state will only appear ONCE.

Add a second set of cfoutput tags to show each record that has the SAME state within the outer loop

NY
 - Rec 1
 - Rec 2
 - Rec 3
VT - state has changed so go to the next outer loop
 - Rec 4
 - Rec 5
NH - state has changed next outer loop
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Eric BourlandAuthor Commented:
>>>The group=State on the cfoutput says that any record within that cfoutput with the SAME state will only appear ONCE.

Add a second set of cfoutput tags to show each record that has the SAME state within the outer loop

OK. That makes a lot more sense in fact. =)

Thank you as always, gdemaria. =)

E
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