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    mysql query submitted without onclick

    Hello,
    I thought this bit of Ajax was working perfectly.

    However, I just discovered that the mysql query in div ID "highslide-html-contactform1" gets executed without being clicked as long as the user is logged in (that is, if($my->id) is true).

    Is there any way to limit execution to only the "onclick" event.

    Many thanks,
    Patty



    PHP Code:
    <?
    $Request_Date
    =date("m-d-Y");
    $contact="literature";

    ?>
    Code:
    <a href="#" style =" font-size:14px; color:#B5404D; text-decoration:underline;" onclick="return hs.htmlExpand(this, { contentId: 'highslide-html-contactform1' } )" title="Request Information">&nbsp;RFI</a>
    <div id='highslide-html-contactform1' class="highslide-html-content" style="width: 350px">
    <div class="highslide-body">
    PHP Code:
    <?
    global $my;


    global 
    $SERVER_NAME,$REQUEST$_POST$_GET,$SCRIPT_NAME,$QUERY_STRING;


    $server mysql_connect($dbhost$dbusername$dbpass)or die(mysql_error());

    $server1 mysql_connect($dbhost1$dbusername1$dbpass1);
    $connection mysql_select_db($dbname$server)or die("Can't connect to database1.");
    $connection1 mysql_select_db($dbname1$server1)or die("Can't connect to database2.");

    if (isset(
    $_GET[action])){
    // Retrieve the GET parameters and executes the function

    foreach($_GET as $key => $value)
    {

    $
    $key=$value;
    }


    } else if (isset(
    $_POST[action])){
    // Retrieve the POST parameters and executes the function

    foreach($_POST as $key => $value)
    {

    $
    $key=$value;
    }
    }
    $user=$my->id;
    $contact="contact";

    if(
    $my->id) {


    $query "SELECT .etc.. WHERE jos_users.id = $user";

    $res=mysql_query ($query) or die(mysql_error());
    while(
    $row=mysql_fetch_array($res)){
    $name=$row["name"];
    $userid=$row["user_id"];
    $company=$row["company"];

    $address=$row["address"];
    $city=$row["city"];
    $state=$row["state"];
    $zipcode=$row["zipcode"];
    $phone=$row["phone"];
    $email=$row["email"];

    }



    $query1 "insert into directory.requests (record, showid, userid,user_name,company,address, city, state, zip, phone, email, vendor_id, request,date) Values(NULL,'$showid','$userid', '$name','$company','$address', '$city','$state', '$zip', '$phone', '$email','$vendorid','$contact','$Request_Date') ";


    $result=mysql_query($query1) or die(mysql_error());
    $query2 "select supplierName from vendor where supplierid = $vendorid";
    $res2=mysql_query ($query2) or die(mysql_error());
    while(
    $row=mysql_fetch_array($res2)){
    $vendornamename=$row["supplierName"];
    }

    echo 
    "Thank You for your request " $my->name ." (" $my->username ").<br>";
    echo
    "<br>Your request for information has been submitted to $vendornamename";


    }
    else{
    echo
    "You must first log in (or register) in order to request information <BR>Use your  login on the right. No Account? <a href=\\">
    Register Now.</a>";
    }

    ?>
    Code:
    <div class="highslide-html-content-header">
    <div class="highslide-move" title="<?php echo $cd_login_lang_move; ?>">
    <a href="#" onclick="return hs.close(this)" class="control" title="close">close</a>
    
    
    </div>
    </div>
    </div>
    </div>
    <p></p>
    Last edited by pneb; February 14th, 2008 at 05:03 PM.

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    Re: mysql query submitted without onclick

    There is not really enough information/code posted to fully grasp your problem. It sounds to me as though you have your PHP and HTML all in the same file. Well, naturally the server with execute the PHP first. So, I would suggest making two separate files. One should be the HTML file. Then other should be the PHP script called by the AJAX. Then the onclick event would be easy to call.
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    Re: mysql query submitted without onclick

    sorry for not being clear. This is all one file.

    On clicking the RFI link, script creates a popup which either requests the use to login or (if logged in) submits the user rquest for information.

    The problem is that if the user is already logged in, the user request is submitted without the link beling clicked

    thank you for any help

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    Re: mysql query submitted without onclick

    Which is why I suggested that you split them into two files. Or, you need to start using isset() with session variables to see if the user is already logged in.

    PHP Code:
    if (isset($_SESSION['user'])) {
      
    // user must be logged in
      // run script accordingly
    }
    else {
      
    // user is not logged in
      // make login happen

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    Re: mysql query submitted without onclick

    thank you I will give that a try

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    Re: mysql query submitted without onclick

    That worked perfectly--thank you so much

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    Re: mysql query submitted without onclick

    Glad to hear it.
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