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Searching though a JSON with php and jquery

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Searching though a JSON with php and jquery

I have some code that querys a DB with php and put the info in a json array here is my code

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="PrintMeThatLabel.css" />
<script src = "cookie.js" type="text/javascript"> </script>

<script src = "jquery-1.4.3.min.js" type="text/javascript"> </script>
<script src = "" type="text/javascript" charset="UTF-8"> </script>
<script src = "PrintMeThatLabel2.js" type="text/javascript" charset="UTF-8"> </script>
<style type=text/css>

.text {color: #000; font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif }
.head {color: #000; font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif }
.input {display:none;}

.tftable {font-size:12px;color:#333333;width:100%;border-width: 1px;border-color: #729ea5;border-collapse: collapse;}
.tftable th {font-size:12px;background-color:#acc8cc;border-width: 1px;padding: 8px;border-style: solid;border-color: #729ea5;text-align:left;}
.tftable tr {background-color:#d4e3e5;}
.tftable td {font-size:12px;border-width: 1px;padding: 8px;border-style: solid;border-color: #729ea5;}
.tftable tr:hover {background-color:#ffffff;}



    <div class=text align="center">

<form action="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>" method="POST" >

<span class=text>Enter Work Order #: </span>
<input type="text"  name="Work_Order" length="30"  value="">

<input type="submit" name="submit" value = "Search">

<div id="wrapper">
<div class='labelDesignArea'> 

     <label for="printersSelect">Printer:</label>
        <select id="printersSelect"></select>
        <button id="printButton">Print</button>
<div class='printerSettings'>
    <a  href='javascript:void(0)' style='visibility: hidden' id='printerSettingsButton'>Printer location (url)</a> 
    <div style='visibility: hidden'id='printerSettingsDiv'>
        <label style='visibility: hidden' for='printerUriTextBox'></label>
      <input  style='visibility: hidden' type='text' id='printerUriTextBox'></input>
      <button style='visibility: hidden' id='addPrinterUriButton'>Add</button>
      <button  style='visibility: hidden'id='clearPrinterUriButton'>Clear</button>





$UsrWorkOrder = $_POST['Work_Order'];

//db connect info
include 'conn.php';
//Where the query are stored 
include 'Query.php';

$result_Vis = odbc_exec($conn_Vis,$sql_Vis);  // Get Data From Result
    while($row2 = odbc_fetch_array($result_Vis))
//Store the data in the new array


            $result_cor1db01_2 = odbc_exec($conn_cor1db01_2,$sql_cor1db01_2);  // Get Data From Result

$json = array();

echo "<div><table class='tftable'><tbody><tr>";
Echo "<tr><th>Work Order</th><th>Part Number</th><th>Description</th><th>Mfg Lot Number</th><th>Cable Length</th><th>Test Results A</th><th>Test Results B</th></tr>";

$num_rows = odbc_num_rows($result_cor1db01_2);

            while($row3 = odbc_fetch_array($result_cor1db01_2))

//This stores the data 
            	$Barcode = $row3["Work Order No"]."-". $row3["Serial No"];
       			$part = $row2["PART_X"];
        		$DESCR = $row2["DESCR_X"];
        		$MFG = $row3["Work Order No"]."-". $row3["Serial No"];
            	$Cable_Length = $row3["ValueInches"];   

				IF(number_format($row3["Value1"],2)[0] < "1"){
					$Test_A = substr(number_format($row3["Value1"],2), 1);
					$Test_A = number_format($row3["Value1"],2);

				IF(number_format($row3["Value2"],2)[0] < "1"){
					$Test_A = substr(number_format($row3["Value2"],2), 1);
					$Test_A = number_format($row3["Value2"],2);

 					// put all the data in to a json array for batch printing labels. 
				    $json []= array (
				        'Barcode' => $Barcode,
				        'part' => $part,
				        'DESCR' => $DESCR,
				        'MFG' => $MFG,
				        'Cable_Length' => $Cable_Length,
				        'Test_A' => $Test_A,
				        'Test_B' => $Test_B



                   // Echo "<br><br><img src=barcode.php?codetype=Code128B&size=80&text=".$row3["Work Order No"]."-". $row3["Serial No"] ." />";
                    Echo "<td>".$row3["Work Order No"]."-". $row3["Serial No"]."</td>";
                    Echo "<td>".$part."</td>";
                    Echo "<td>".$DESCR."</td>";
                    Echo "<td>" .$row3["Work Order No"]."-". $row3["Serial No"]."</td>";
                    Echo "<td>". $row3["ValueInches"]."</td>";

                    IF(number_format($row3["Value1"],2)[0] < "1"){

                    Echo "<td>".substr($row3["SS1"], -1)." " .substr(number_format($row3["Value1"],2), 1)."</td>";

					Echo "<td>".substr($row3["SS1"], -1)." " .number_format($row3["Value1"],2)."</td>";

				IF(number_format($row3["Value2"],2)[0] < "1"){
					Echo "<td>".substr($row3["SS2"], -1)." " .substr(number_format($row3["Value2"],2), 1)."</td> ";
					Echo "<td>".substr($row3["SS2"], -1)." " .number_format($row3["Value2"],2)."</td>";

				echo "<td > <input type='button' id='bt_".$row3["Serial No"]."' type='submit' value='Print ME'></td></tr>";

                    //Echo "Test Results: ".substr($row3["SS1"], -1)." " .number_format($row3["Value1"],2)."<br>";
                    //Echo "Test Results: ".substr($row3["SS2"], -1)." " .number_format($row3["Value2"],2)."<br>";


echo "<br>".$num_rows ." Rows<br><br>";
Echo "</tbody></table></div>";


<script type="text/javascript">

$("input").click(function() {






<!-- This is storing the Json data then this gets pulled in to the PrintMeThatLabel.js   -->
<input type='hidden' value='<?php echo json_encode($json); ?>'  name='mike' id='mike'></input>

I have added a Print Me button on line 180 to each row it's pulls in. I want the Print Me button to update the json array with just the row that hold the info the user clicked.

So if it pulls in 5 row and the user click "Print me" on row 2 it will redo the json array with just the info from row 2 and then trigger the <button id="printButton">Print</button>

Also the key ID is $row3["Serial No"] there is one $row3["Serial No"] for each row so that can be used to identify the row the user click
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