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need help updating mulitple records w/ Checkboxes

Hello,

I really would apprciate help! =)

What I want to do is be able to change the status of mulitple records
using a drop down and a checkbox.

I have a drop down called "ChangeStat us" with the values to change the
status to Pending, Accepted, Declined, Cancelled, Completed.

In the status field, I have a checkbox next to the current status it
is in.

If I check the checkbox, I want the record to update to that specific
record with the new status from the drop down and keep all other
status in their current state.

Currently, the way I have it working is, if you check any check box,
it will update ALL records to the new status.

Below is what my current code looks like, I would appreciate any
advice!

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

<form method="post" action="EditMai nPageStat.asp?U pdateStat=1">
<%

If request.queryst ring("UpdateSta t") = "1" then

Response.write "<font color='red' face='arial'
size='2'><cente r><b>Status has been updated.</b></font></center>"

ChangeStat = request.form("C hangeStatus")

Dim MyString, MyArray
MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to UBound(MyArray)

Dim MyString2, MyArray2
MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For x = 0 to UBound(MyArray2 )

set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=xxx;User ID=xxx;Password =xxx;"

sqlstmt = "UPDATE MediaDetail"
sqlstmt = sqlstmt & " SET "',"
sqlstmt = sqlstmt & "iStatusID= '" & MyArray(i) & "'"
sqlstmt = sqlstmt & " WHERE iReqID=" & MyArray2(x)

Set RS = conn.execute(SQ Lstmt)

Next
Next

Else
End If
%>
Response.write "<td class=tx bgColor=" & clr & "><font
size='1'><cente r>&nbsp;<input type='hidden' value='" & rs1("iReqID") &
"' name='iReqId'></center></td>"
Response.Write "<td class=tx bgColor=" & clr & "><center>&nbsp ;"&
rs1("StatusDesc ") & "&nbsp;&nbs p;"
Response.write "<input type='checkbox' name='s' value='1' if
instr(s,'1') then Response.Write( 'checked') End If></center></td>"

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Thank you very much!

Ray

Jul 24 '07 #1
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bcap wrote:
<snip>
We need to see the actual sql statements being executed by the server, not
just the code used to generate those statements. In your loop do this:

Response.Write sqlstmt

and comment out the

Set RS = conn.execute(SQ Lstmt)
line.

Incidently, why on earth are you opening a recordset to execute a sql
statement that does not retrive records?!? Change that statement to:

conn.execute SQLstmt,,129
'129 = 1 (adCmdText) + 128 (adExecuteNoRec ords)

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Jul 24 '07 #2
Hi,

Here is the reults on teh SQLStmt:

conn.execute SQLstmt,,129
'129 = 1 (adCmdText) + 128 (adExecuteNoRec ords)

UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID=34378UPD ATE
MediaDetail SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34371UPDATE MediaDetail
SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34373UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34375UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34376UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34377UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34372

Jul 24 '07 #3
bcap wrote:
Hi,

Here is the reults on teh SQLStmt:

conn.execute SQLstmt,,129
'129 = 1 (adCmdText) + 128 (adExecuteNoRec ords)

UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID=34378UPD ATE
MediaDetail SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34371UPDATE MediaDetail
SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34373UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34375UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34376UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34377UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34372

Hmm. This looks like it's working correctly (I should have had you put a
"<BR>" on the end of the response.writes ). Is it? Should all seven of those
records be having the iStatusIS field set to '99'?

I don't see any way any of these statements could be updating ALL the
records in your database table, unless it contains only those 7 records ...
How are you determining that all the records are getting updated?
PS. Further points to consider:
Your use of dynamic sql is leaving you vulnerable to hackers using sql
injection:
http://mvp.unixwiz.net/techtips/sql-injection.html
http://www.sqlsecurity.com/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=23

See here for a better, more secure way to execute your queries by using
parameter markers:
http://groups-beta.google.com/group/...e36562fee7804e

Personally, I prefer using stored procedures, or saved parameter queries
as
they are known in Access
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Jul 24 '07 #4
Bob Barrows [MVP] wrote:
bcap wrote:
>Hi,

Here is the reults on teh SQLStmt:

conn.execute SQLstmt,,129
'129 = 1 (adCmdText) + 128 (adExecuteNoRec ords)

UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID=34378UPD ATE
MediaDetail SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34371UPDATE MediaDetail
SET iStatusID='99' WHERE iReqID= 34373UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='9 9' WHERE iReqID= 34375UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='9 9' WHERE iReqID= 34376UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='9 9' WHERE iReqID= 34377UPDATE MediaDetail SET
iStatusID='9 9' WHERE iReqID= 34372


Hmm. This looks like it's working correctly (I should have had you
put a "<BR>" on the end of the response.writes ). Is it? Should all
seven of those records be having the iStatusIS field set to '99'?
Oh wait. I just reread your original post and I now see that is the problem.
Let's look at your code a little more closely... ah, I see some problems:

Dim MyString, MyArray
MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to UBound(MyArray)

Dim MyString2, MyArray2

All Dim statements should be at the top of the procedure. Do not be
declaring variables inside loops - it can lead to unexpected results

MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For x = 0 to UBound(MyArray2 )

set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=xxx;User ID=xxx;Password =xxx;"

This is really atrocious. All you need is ONE connection. By creating and
opening it in the loop, you've just created seven connections ... which you
never close!!! let's rearrange this:

Dim MyString, MyArray, conn,cmd, arParms
Dim MyString2, MyArray2, i
MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma

'let's make sure this contains what you expect - comment out
'this loop when finished debugging
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray)
response.write "MyArray(" & i & "): " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
Next
MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma

'let's make sure this contains what you expect - comment out
'this loop when finished debugging
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
response.write "MyArray2(" & i & "): " & MyArray2(i) & "<BR>"
Next

' I think you only need a single loop

sqlstmt="UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID=? WHERE iReqID=?"
set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=xxx;User ID=xxx;Password =xxx;"
set cmd=createobjec t("adodb.comman d")
with cmd
.CommandType = 1 'adCmdText
.CommandText=sq lstmt
Set .ActiveConnecti on = conn
end with
for i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
arParms=Array(M yArray(i),MyArr ay2(i))
'comment out this Response.Write when finished debugging
Response.Write "The iStatusID field in the row containing iReqID =" & _
MyArray2(i) & " should be getting updated to " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
cmd.Execute ,arParms,128 'adExecuteNoRec ords
Next
conn.close: set conn=nothing
If this does not work as you expect, show us the results of the
response.writes
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Jul 24 '07 #5
Hi,
Thank you for all the tips and advice. I am a nwevie trying to figure
this all out.

I am still having some problems, I think I am incorrectly passing the
parameters on the UPDATE statement. I also get the following error
message:

Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0009'

Subscript out of range: '7'

Here is the sqlstmt:

MyArray(0): 3
MyArray2(0): 34378
MyArray2(1): 34371
MyArray2(2): 34373
MyArray2(3): 34375
MyArray2(4): 34376
MyArray2(5): 34377
MyArray2(6): 34372
Here is the current code:

Dim MyString, MyArray, conn,cmd, arParms
Dim MyString2, MyArray2, i

MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray)
response.write "MyArray(" & i & "): " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
Next
MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
response.write "MyArray2(" & i & "): " & MyArray2(i) & "<BR>"

Next

sqlstmt="UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='"& MyArray(i) & "' WHERE
iReqID='" & MyArray2(i)
Response.write sqlstmt & "<br>"

set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=Media;Us er ID=Websql;Passw ord=websql;"
set cmd=createobjec t("adodb.comman d")
with cmd
..CommandType = 1 'adCmdText
..CommandText=s qlstmt
Set .ActiveConnecti on = conn
end with
for i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
arParms=Array(M yArray(i),MyArr ay2(i))
'comment out this Response.Write when finished debugging
'Response.Write "The iStatusID field in the row containing iReqID =" &
_
'MyArray2(i) & " should be getting updated to " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
cmd.Execute ,arParms,128 'adExecuteNoRec ords
Next
conn.close: set conn=nothing

Else
End If
Jul 24 '07 #6
Thanks for all your help and tips. Im new and learning as I go, so
the help is much appreciated.

Here is the Array return:

MyArray(0): 2
MyArray2(0): 34378
MyArray2(1): 34371
MyArray2(2): 34373
MyArray2(3): 34375
MyArray2(4): 34376
MyArray2(5): 34377
MyArray2(6): 34372

I am getting the following error messages:

Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0009'

Subscript out of range: '7'

Here is my current code: (I think I am passing the variables
incorrectly in the update statement)

Dim MyString, MyArray, conn,cmd, arParms
Dim MyString2, MyArray2, i

MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray)
response.write "MyArray(" & i & "): " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
Next
MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
response.write "MyArray2(" & i & "): " & MyArray2(i) & "<BR>"

Next

sqlstmt="UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='"& MyArray(i) & "' WHERE
iReqID='" & MyArray2(i)
Response.write sqlstmt & "<br>"

set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=Media;Us er ID=Websql;Passw ord=websql;"
set cmd=createobjec t("adodb.comman d")
with cmd
..CommandType = 1 'adCmdText
..CommandText=s qlstmt
Set .ActiveConnecti on = conn
end with
for i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
arParms=Array(M yArray(i),MyArr ay2(i))
'comment out this Response.Write when finished debugging
'Response.Write "The iStatusID field in the row containing iReqID =" &
_
'MyArray2(i) & " should be getting updated to " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
cmd.Execute ,arParms,128 'adExecuteNoRec ords
Next
conn.close: set conn=nothing

Else
End If
Jul 24 '07 #7
Thanks for all your help and tips. Im new and learning as I go, so
the help is much appreciated.

Here is the Array return:

MyArray(0): 2
MyArray2(0): 34378
MyArray2(1): 34371
MyArray2(2): 34373
MyArray2(3): 34375
MyArray2(4): 34376
MyArray2(5): 34377
MyArray2(6): 34372

I am getting the following error messages:

Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0009'

Subscript out of range: '7'

Here is my current code: (I think I am passing the variables
incorrectly in the update statement)

Dim MyString, MyArray, conn,cmd, arParms
Dim MyString2, MyArray2, i

MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray)
response.write "MyArray(" & i & "): " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
Next
MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
response.write "MyArray2(" & i & "): " & MyArray2(i) & "<BR>"

Next

sqlstmt="UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='"& MyArray(i) & "' WHERE
iReqID='" & MyArray2(i)
Response.write sqlstmt & "<br>"

set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=Media;Us er ID=Websql;Passw ord=websql;"
set cmd=createobjec t("adodb.comman d")
with cmd
..CommandType = 1 'adCmdText
..CommandText=s qlstmt
Set .ActiveConnecti on = conn
end with
for i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
arParms=Array(M yArray(i),MyArr ay2(i))
'comment out this Response.Write when finished debugging
'Response.Write "The iStatusID field in the row containing iReqID =" &
_
'MyArray2(i) & " should be getting updated to " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
cmd.Execute ,arParms,128 'adExecuteNoRec ords
Next
conn.close: set conn=nothing

Else
End If


Jul 24 '07 #8
Thanks for all your help and tips. Im new and learning as I go, so
the help is much appreciated.

Here is the Array return:

MyArray(0): 2
MyArray2(0): 34378
MyArray2(1): 34371
MyArray2(2): 34373
MyArray2(3): 34375
MyArray2(4): 34376
MyArray2(5): 34377
MyArray2(6): 34372

I am getting the following error messages:

Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0009'

Subscript out of range: '7'

Here is my current code: (I think I am passing the variables
incorrectly in the update statement)

Dim MyString, MyArray, conn,cmd, arParms
Dim MyString2, MyArray2, i

MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray)
response.write "MyArray(" & i & "): " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
Next
MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
response.write "MyArray2(" & i & "): " & MyArray2(i) & "<BR>"

Next

sqlstmt="UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='"& MyArray(i) & "' WHERE
iReqID='" & MyArray2(i)
Response.write sqlstmt & "<br>"

set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=Media;Us er ID=Websql;Passw ord=websql;"
set cmd=createobjec t("adodb.comman d")
with cmd
..CommandType = 1 'adCmdText
..CommandText=s qlstmt
Set .ActiveConnecti on = conn
end with
for i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
arParms=Array(M yArray(i),MyArr ay2(i))
'comment out this Response.Write when finished debugging
'Response.Write "The iStatusID field in the row containing iReqID =" &
_
'MyArray2(i) & " should be getting updated to " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
cmd.Execute ,arParms,128 'adExecuteNoRec ords
Next
conn.close: set conn=nothing

Else
End If


Jul 24 '07 #9
Thanks for all your help and tips. Im new and learning as I go, so
the help is much appreciated.

Here is the Array return:

MyArray(0): 2
MyArray2(0): 34378
MyArray2(1): 34371
MyArray2(2): 34373
MyArray2(3): 34375
MyArray2(4): 34376
MyArray2(5): 34377
MyArray2(6): 34372

I am getting the following error messages:

Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0009'

Subscript out of range: '7'

Here is my current code: (I think I am passing the variables
incorrectly in the update statement)

Dim MyString, MyArray, conn,cmd, arParms
Dim MyString2, MyArray2, i

MyString = request.form("C hangeStatus")
MyArray = Split(MyString, ",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray)
response.write "MyArray(" & i & "): " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
Next
MyString2 = Request.form("i ReqID")
MyArray2 = Split(MyString2 ,",") 'the delimiter is the comma
For i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
response.write "MyArray2(" & i & "): " & MyArray2(i) & "<BR>"

Next

sqlstmt="UPDATE MediaDetail SET iStatusID='"& MyArray(i) & "' WHERE
iReqID='" & MyArray2(i)
Response.write sqlstmt & "<br>"

set conn=server.cre ateobject("adod b.connection")
conn.open "data Source=Media;Us er ID=Websql;Passw ord=websql;"
set cmd=createobjec t("adodb.comman d")
with cmd
..CommandType = 1 'adCmdText
..CommandText=s qlstmt
Set .ActiveConnecti on = conn
end with
for i = 0 to ubound(MyArray2 )
arParms=Array(M yArray(i),MyArr ay2(i))
'comment out this Response.Write when finished debugging
'Response.Write "The iStatusID field in the row containing iReqID =" &
_
'MyArray2(i) & " should be getting updated to " & MyArray(i) & "<BR>"
cmd.Execute ,arParms,128 'adExecuteNoRec ords
Next
conn.close: set conn=nothing

Else
End If

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