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|classlistbox 1.0||GNU General Publi...||HTML, Databases|
This class can be used to create form select inputs from MySQL database query results, similar to ASP.NET listbox control.
Notes: -easy usage -Just create a new object classListbox -Dont forget to set the name when creating the object. this name is the name of the <select> -In the set_query method you should send the query and the primary key or the id you use to identify each register -dont forget to add this primary key to the select query ex: if your key is "productID" and you want to get the "productname", your query should look like this: $object->setquery("selet productname,productID from products","productID") -have fun! -You can make the page refresh th data by doing a submit by using the $object->set_postback("true") or disable it by using $object->set_postback("false") just like in asp.net -Each time you chage the selected value from the listbox a submit event is call to refresh the content of the item if set_postback is set to "true" -to avoid submitting the form you can modify your form by getting a name to your submit button ... any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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