By using this site, you agree to our updated Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. Manage your Cookies Settings.
454,729 Members | 1,363 Online
Bytes IT Community
+ Ask a Question
Need help? Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 454,729 IT Pros & Developers. It's quick & easy.

execution order problem

P: n/a
Hello to everyone...
I'm having a little problem with displaying a number of products in my
shoping cart that I'm writing from scratch.
The structure of a site is following: INDEX.php is my main page where
everything else loads up. So, my shop component comes as
index.php?kom=shop and a little switch($kom) in at the begining of
index.php switches the main content. That content, in this case shop
component, loads into <div id='mainContent'>include ('$content')</div>.

Every activity of shop component runs by sending task variable through
URL to itself where another SWITCH is. So, to add something to cart I
do index.php?kom=shop&task=add and it's added. It gets
$_POST['prod_id'] and component does function that runs SQL query
according to task=add.
I also have a little "module", in index.php, that says: "Number of
prod. in cart is :14". It is put directly into index.php so that it
could be seen no mater which component is loaded. Because of design of
a page this module is situated before the content of components that
are loaded.
My problem is that this module runs it's SQL query and gets number of
products in cart before the component shop runs insert function. So in
komponent shop I will have real situation from database but in my
module I'll have number of products that is not up-to date. I have
to refresh page so that cart module runs it's query again and gets real
numbers...
Do you have any idea how to get my cart module run after insert has
been done yet presented in HTML before shop component

Jan 17 '07 #1
Share this Question
Share on Google+
1 Reply


P: n/a

sounds like something similar to Joomla or Mambo.
since the component is the many part of an action, why not execute it
first.

"luigi7up д
"
Hello to everyone...
I'm having a little problem with displaying a number of products in my
shoping cart that I'm writing from scratch.
The structure of a site is following: INDEX.php is my main page where
everything else loads up. So, my shop component comes as
index.php?kom=shop and a little switch($kom) in at the begining of
index.php switches the main content. That content, in this case shop
component, loads into <div id='mainContent'>include ('$content')</div>.

Every activity of shop component runs by sending task variable through
URL to itself where another SWITCH is. So, to add something to cart I
do index.php?kom=shop&task=add and it's added. It gets
$_POST['prod_id'] and component does function that runs SQL query
according to task=add.
I also have a little "module", in index.php, that says: "Number of
prod. in cart is :14". It is put directly into index.php so that it
could be seen no mater which component is loaded. Because of design of
a page this module is situated before the content of components that
are loaded.
My problem is that this module runs it's SQL query and gets number of
products in cart before the component shop runs insert function. So in
komponent shop I will have real situation from database but in my
module I'll have number of products that is not up-to date. I have
to refresh page so that cart module runs it's query again and gets real
numbers...
Do you have any idea how to get my cart module run after insert has
been done yet presented in HTML before shop component
Jan 18 '07 #2

This discussion thread is closed

Replies have been disabled for this discussion.