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Here you can view upcoming projects that the site admins are working on, and vote on what you would like to see most, so we can focus on what the public wants. Please only vote once.
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Project Name Description Type Difficulty Status Public Interest Date Posted Your Interest
#getprojects.project_name# #getprojects.description# #getprojects.Type# #getprojects.difficulty# #getprojects.status# #getprojects.public_interest# #getprojects.date_time#


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Project Name Description Type Difficulty Status Public
Interest
Your Interest
#getprojects.project_name# #getprojects.description# #getprojects.Type# #getprojects.difficulty# #getprojects.status# #getprojects.public_interest#

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Updating Multiple Form Values at once - Coldfusion - Advanced Techniques

Hey everyone, I have a looping query that gets all the votes for a project from a database and puts a dropdown list next to each project for voteing. You can see the page here at http://www.digitalswordsmen.com/Digital%20Swordsmen/prod/Site_Projects.cfm Anywho I want instead of a submit button for each item, i want one submit button at the bottom of the whole list so a user can submit a multitude of votes at once, instead of having to vote for each project individually. I just don't know how the query to update the values is going to work, and such. This all sounds ...

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  1. #1

    Default Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    Hey everyone, I have a looping query that gets all the votes for a project from
    a database and puts a dropdown list next to each project for voteing. You can
    see the page here at

    http://www.digitalswordsmen.com/Digital%20Swordsmen/prod/Site_Projects.cfm

    Anywho I want instead of a submit button for each item, i want one submit
    button at the bottom of the whole list so a user can submit a multitude of
    votes at once, instead of having to vote for each project individually. I just
    don't know how the query to update the values is going to work, and such. This
    all sounds kinda wierd, but click that link above and it should make more
    sence, I just want one submit button instead of one by each project so they
    user can do all voting with one click, and I just don't know how to write the
    queries for it. Ill post the code, any help is appreciated, thanks.



    <html>
    <head>
    <cfparam name="listfunc" default="project_name" type="string">
    <cfquery datasource="users" name="getprojects">
    SELECT *
    FROM Projects
    order by #listfunc#
    </cfquery>
    <title>Site Project Viewer</title>
    <cfif isdefined("form.submit")>
    <cfset interest = #getprojects.public_interest# + #form.voteval#>
    <cfquery name="update_public" datasource="users">
    UPDATE Projects
    SET Public_interest = '#interest#'
    Where ID = #form.ID#
    </cfquery>
    <cflocation url="#cgi.SCRIPT_NAME#" addtoken="no">
    </cfif>
    <link href="mainload.css" rel="stylesheet">
    <META NAME="Description" CONTENT="Digital Swordsmen- Free Music, Games,
    Videos, Programs, File Sharing, E-mail, Web logs and more. .">
    <META NAME="Keywords" CONTENT="Swordsmanship, digital, swordsmen, sword,
    swords, swordfighting, anime, manga, snes, nes, gba, sega 3x, roms, free,
    downloads, music, games, programs, web log, personal profiles, forums, chat,
    pictures, downloads.">

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="mainLoad.css">
    <style type="text/css">
    <!--
    .style1 {font-family: "Engravers MT"}
    .style2 {font-size: 14px}
    .style3 {color: #99CCFF}
    .style6 {color: #999999}
    -->
    </style>
    </head>

    <body>
    <span class="style1">Site Projects <br>
    </span>
    <hr>
    <br>
    Here you can view upcoming projects that the site admins are working on, and
    vote on what you would like to see most, so we can focus on what the public
    wants. Please only vote once.<br>
    <span class="style3"><span class="style6">Order Results By: </span></span>
    <form name="orderitems" method="post">
    <select name="listfunc">
    <option value="project_name">Project Name A-Z</option>
    <option value="project_name desc">Project Name Z-A</option>
    <option value="description">Description A-Z</option>
    <option value="description desc">Description Z-A</option>
    <option value="type">Type A-Z</option>
    <option value="type desc">Type Z-A</option>
    <option value="difficulty">Difficulty A-Z</option>
    <option value="difficulty desc">Difficulty Z-A</option>
    <option value="status">Status A-Z</option>
    <option value="status desc">Status Z-A</option>
    <option value="public_interest">Public Interest 0-99</option>
    <option value="public_interest desc">Public Interest 99-0</option>
    </select>
    <input type="submit" name="submit2" value="sort list">
    </form>
    <br>
    <br>
    <cfoutput>
    <table border="1">
    <tr>
    <td><span class="style2">Project Name</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Description</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Type</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Difficulty</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Status</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Public Interest</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Date Posted</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Your Interest</span></td>
    </tr>
    <cfloop query="getprojects">
    <tr>
    <td>#getprojects.project_name#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.description#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.Type#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.difficulty#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.status#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.public_interest#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.date_time#</td>
    <td>
    <form name="vote" method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name ="ID" value="#getprojects.ID#">
    <select name="voteval">
    <option>1</option>
    <option>2</option>
    <option>3</option>
    <option>4</option>
    <option>5</option>
    <option>6</option>
    <option>7</option>
    <option>8</option>
    <option>9</option>
    <option>10</option>
    </select>
    <br>
    <br>
    <input type="submit" value="Vote" name="submit">
    </form>
    </td>
    </tr>
    </cfloop>
    </table>
    </cfoutput>
    </body>
    </html>

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    kenji776 Guest

  2. #2

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    kenji776,

    The code you require is fairly straight-forward, but before I submit any code
    I have a couple of questions.

    Wont visitor B overwrite visitor A's votes? How are you allocating the
    form.id variable?

    Regards.

    PaulKD Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    Put everything in one form, then you only need one button.

    Originally posted by: kenji776
    Hey everyone, I have a looping query that gets all the votes for a project
    from a database and puts a dropdown list next to each project for voteing. You
    can see the page here at

    http://www.digitalswordsmen.com/Digital%20Swordsmen/prod/Site_Projects.cfm

    Anywho I want instead of a submit button for each item, i want one submit
    button at the bottom of the whole list so a user can submit a multitude of
    votes at once, instead of having to vote for each project individually. I just
    don't know how the query to update the values is going to work, and such. This
    all sounds kinda wierd, but click that link above and it should make more
    sence, I just want one submit button instead of one by each project so they
    user can do all voting with one click, and I just don't know how to write the
    queries for it. Ill post the code, any help is appreciated, thanks.





    Dan Guest

  4. #4

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    Good question about visitor B overwritting Visitor A's votes. I already took
    this into account, look closly at this..

    <cfif isdefined("form.submit")>
    <cfset interest = #form.Value# + #form.voteval#>
    <cfquery name="update_public" datasource="users">
    UPDATE Projects
    SET Public_interest = '#interest#'
    Where ID = #form.ID#
    </cfquery>
    <cflocation url="#cgi.SCRIPT_NAME#" addtoken="no">
    </cfif>

    The variable interest holds the current value of public_interest column, and
    the vote value of the project voted on added together. It then sends that to
    the query to update with. Also every proects has its own ID, which is an
    autonumber/primary key assigned by the database. And can I do this all in one
    form, i mean ill give it a shot, but its one of those things where that seems
    to easy to work you know? Seems like id have to like pass the whole form
    structure, and all variables would have to be named different and such. Ill
    give it a whack and let ya know how it goes. Thanks.

    kenji776 Guest

  5. #5

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    Well I tried and got this

    The value "12,2,0,0,0,0,10,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0 ,0,13" cannot be
    converted to a number

    The error occurred in D:\FTP\Digital Swordsmen\Prod\Site_Projects.cfm: line 11

    9 : <title>Site Project Viewer</title>
    10 : <cfif isdefined("form.submit")>
    11 : <cfset interest = #form.Value# + #form.voteval#>
    12 : <cfquery name="update_public" datasource="users">
    13 : UPDATE Projects


    Seems as though everything is being passed correctly, just not sure how to
    make the interest variable work now. I am really bad with working with this
    kind of stuff, like anything that invlolves slightly more than simple queries,
    sorry. Any help is good. Thanks.

    kenji776 Guest

  6. #6

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    It might not be a number, but it sure looks like a list of numbers. Shouldn't
    be too hard to add them up if that's your objective.

    Originally posted by: kenji776
    Well I tried and got this

    The value "12,2,0,0,0,0,10,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0 ,0,13" cannot be
    converted to a number

    The error occurred in D:\FTP\Digital Swordsmen\Prod\Site_Projects.cfm: line 11

    9 : <title>Site Project Viewer</title>
    10 : <cfif isdefined("form.submit")>
    11 : <cfset interest = #form.Value# + #form.voteval#>
    12 : <cfquery name="update_public" datasource="users">
    13 : UPDATE Projects


    Seems as though everything is being passed correctly, just not sure how to
    make the interest variable work now. I am really bad with working with this
    kind of stuff, like anything that invlolves slightly more than simple queries,
    sorry. Any help is good. Thanks.



    Dan Guest

  7. #7

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    >UPDATE Projects 

    I noticed you're using single quotes around the #interest# value. Is the
    Public_interest column data type "text" or "number"? It should be data type
    "number" - probably with a default value of zero (0). That would make your
    updates much easier and would also avoid the problem of inconsistencies
    described below.

    UPDATE Projects
    SET Public_interest = Public_interest + 1
    WHERE ID = #someID#

    The way you're doing it now (using the previous value stored in a form field)
    isn't good. I could pull the page at 6AM and the votes for are project ID (1)
    are "0". I then leave for school. In the mean time 12 other people visit the
    page and add their votes, so the votes for project ID (1) are now "112" I come
    home hours later and submit the form. Because you're using the value the form
    pulled at 6AM, your UPDATE will wipe out all the previous votes and only record
    mine + "0".



    mxstu Guest

  8. #8

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    Its not much i need to add them up, each on of those numbers represents the
    total public interest of each project. Basically how it works is like this
    1) The page pulls out all the projets and votes from the projects table in the
    users database
    2) It loops through the results creating a row in a table including name,
    description, difficulty, public_interest and a dropdown list for each
    project.
    3) The user marks their interest in each project by using the dropdown lists
    provided, and then votes
    4) All the project ID's and value of their votes are passed to the query that
    updates the database
    5) The values of the new votes are added to the old total, coming up with a
    new public_interest level which is then set in the database. Example: If the
    project name "Fix the gallery" had an interest level of 10 previously, and a
    new user saw that project and it interested him 5 points, he could mark 5 in
    the dropdown list, and click vote. 5 would then be added to the original 10,
    creating a new total public_interest on that project of 15.

    All voteing should be able to be done with one click of the vote button. A
    user could simply mark their interest levels in all projects and click vote,
    all that users interest levels would be added to the corresponding projects,
    resulting a new total public_interest level for each project they voted on. So
    a user could see the projects

    ID-----Title-----------------------Description---------------------Public
    Interest------------Vote
    1------one-----------------------Project
    one---------------------------3-------------------------*Dropdown List*
    2------Two-----------------------Project
    Two--------------------------6-------------------------*Dropdown List*
    3------three----------------------Project
    Three------------------------3-------------------------*Dropdown List*
    4------four------------------------Project
    Four--------------------------8-------------------------*Dropdown List*
    5------five------------------------Project
    Five---------------------------3-------------------------*Dropdown List*

    And the viewing user decided that
    project one interested him 4,
    project two interested him 8
    project thee interested him 2
    project four interested him 9
    project five interested him 1.
    His votes would all be added to the respective runnning tallies for each
    project making the new totals.
    Project Total
    1---------------7
    2--------------14
    3--------------5
    4-------------17
    5-------------4

    See how each projects public interest is the old total, plus the value of the
    new vote for it? This is what I want, all done in one click of the vote button.
    I hope this was clear becasue i dont' really know how else to explain it.
    thanks for any help.


    kenji776 Guest

  9. #9

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    I think I understand exactly what you're trying to do, but I believe the same
    issue still applies.

    If I pull the form at 6AM the previous value stored in the form field will be
    "10". Other people vote after that raising the interest level to "85". I
    submit my form 8 hours later and the new value of the interest will be my "5"
    vote plus "10" ---> "15". The previous "85" will be completely wiped out.

    mxstu Guest

  10. #10

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    kenji776,

    I agree with Dan about using a single form. This would allow users to vote
    for multiple items at once. However, I would use dynamic form field names
    instead of giving all the fields the same name. It avoids some of the
    potential pitfalls with lists and empty strings.

    Just use the cfquery #currentRow# to give each set of form fields a unique
    name. When the form is submitted, loop from 1 to the total number of fields and
    extract the values for each set of form fields. If the interest level is > 0,
    run an update. NOTE - The attached code assumes the data type of
    "Public_Interest" field is "numeric" with a default value of "0". It will not
    work if the field is "text".



    <cfparam name="listfunc" default="project_name" type="string">

    <cfif isDefined("form.numberOfRows")>
    <!--- loop from 1 to #form.numberOfRows# and extract values --->
    <!--- for each set of form fields --->
    <cfloop from="1" to="#val(form.numberOfRows)#" index="row">
    <cfset projectID = val(form["ID"& row])>
    <cfset interest = val(form["voteVal"& row])>
    <!--- no need for update if interest is "0" --->
    <cfif interest gt 0>
    <cfquery name="update_public" datasource="#yourDSN#">
    UPDATE Projects
    SET Public_interest = Public_interest + #interest#
    Where ID = #projectID#
    </cfquery>
    </cfif>
    </cfloop>
    </cfif>
    <cfquery datasource="#yourDSN#" name="getprojects">
    SELECT ID, project_name, description, type, difficulty, status,
    public_interest
    FROM Projects
    ORDER BY #listfunc#
    </cfquery>

    <span class="style1">Site Projects <br></span>
    <hr>
    <br>
    <cfoutput>
    <form name="vote" method="post" action="#CGI.SCRIPT_NAME#?listfunc=#listfunc#">
    <table border="1" width="100%">
    <tr>
    <td><span class="style2">Project Name</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Description</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Type</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Difficulty</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Status</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Public <br>Interest</span></td>
    <td><span class="style2">Your Interest</span></td>
    </tr>
    <cfloop query="getprojects">
    <tr>
    <td>#getprojects.project_name#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.description#</td>
    <td>#getprojects.Type#</td>
    <td>
    <cfif #getprojects.difficulty# EQ "Easy">
    <font color="##00FF00">
    <cfelseif getprojects.difficulty EQ "moderate" >
    <font color="##FFFF00">
    <cfelseif getprojects.difficulty EQ "Hard" >
    <font color="##FF0000">
    <cfelseif getprojects.difficulty EQ "Unknown" >
    <font color="##0000CC">
    </cfif>
    #getprojects.difficulty#</font
    </td>
    <td>
    <cfif getprojects.status EQ "Queued">
    <font color="##FFFF00">
    <cfelseif getprojects.status EQ "Working" >
    <font color="##0000FF">
    <cfelseif getprojects.status EQ "Failing" >
    <font color="##FF0000">
    <cfelseif getprojects.status EQ "Paused" >
    <font color="##CCCCCC">
    <cfelseif getprojects.status EQ "Done" >
    <font color="##00FF00">
    <cfelseif getprojects.status EQ "Abandoned" >
    <font color="##660066">
    </cfif>
    #getprojects.status#</font>
    </td>
    <td>#getprojects.public_interest#</td>
    <td>
    <!--- use #currentRow# as a suffix for each set of form fields --->
    <input type="hidden" name ="ID#CurrentRow#" value="#getprojects.ID#">
    <select name="voteVal#CurrentRow#">
    <cfloop from="0" to="10" index="currVal">
    <option value="#currVal#">#currVal#</option>
    </cfloop>
    </select>
    <br>
    <br>
    </td>
    </tr>
    </cfloop>
    </table>
    Submit your votes <input type="button" value="Vote"
    onClick="this.form.submit();">
    <!--- store total number of rows in hidden field --->
    <input type="hidden" name="numberOfRows" value="#getprojects.recordCount#">
    </form>
    </cfoutput>

    mxstu Guest

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    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    Awsome thanks, I am gonna try that code right now!
    kenji776 Guest

  12. #12

    Default Re: Updating Multiple Form Values at once

    kenji776,

    Glad I could help and thanks to PaulKD and Dan Bracuk too for their observations.
    mxstu Guest

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