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Old August 9th, 2004, 04:22 PM
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I just looked on your phpinfo and your mysql version seems to be 3.23.58. Update mysql and your problem should go away.

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Me again!
Sorry! I was a bit too fast on the keyboard!

I didn't think about the mySQL version.
I'll try to find out!

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Thanks Christian,
I didn't think to look for it there!
I looked through it and found it!
I'll try and upgrade it.

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I am running mySQL version 3.23.58 and as I'm on a shared server I can't get it upgraded just yet.
I have been experimenting with a count function to overcome the SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS but it's not very good.

Can any one suggest a work-around to overcome SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS on mySQL 3.23.58?

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OK! I've managed to rewrite the code for viewforum.php and functions.php, which were both creating errors when they tried to invoke SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS, FOUND_ROWS() and JOIN when using mySQL versions older than 4.0.

If you are running an older version of mySQL like myself you might want to try these code fixes. I think they are working fine! But then, I never managed to get the original ones working! So I don't know.

Try them, and if you find a problem or a better way to do it please post it here.

First, lets alter functions.php
In function showTopic()

Replace:
Code:
  $sql = "SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS ".
           "p.id, p.subject, p.body, p.date_posted, " .
           "p.date_updated, u.name as author, u.id as author_id, " .
           "u.signature as sig, c.count as postcount, " .
           "p.forum_id as forum_id, f.forum_moderator as mod, " .
           "p.update_id, u2.name as updated_by " .
         "FROM forum_forum f " .
         "JOIN forum_posts p " .
         "ON f.id = p.forum_id " .
         "JOIN forum_users u " .
         "ON u.id = p.author_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_users u2 " .
         "ON u2.id = p.update_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_postcount c " .
         "ON u.id = c.user_id " .
         "WHERE (p.topic_id = $topicid OR p.id = $topicid) " .
         "ORDER BY p.topic_id, p.date_posted ".
         "LIMIT $start,$limit";
  $result = mysql_query($sql,$conn)
    or die(mysql_error() . "<br>" . $sql);
  $pagelinks = paginate($limit);

With:
Code:
  $sql = "SELECT p.id, p.subject, p.body, p.date_posted, " .
           "p.date_updated, u.name as author, u.id as author_id, " .
           "u.signature as sig, c.count as postcount, " .
           "p.forum_id as forum_id, f.forum_moderator as mod, " .
           "p.update_id, u2.name as updated_by " .
         "FROM forum_forum f " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_posts p " .
         "ON f.id = p.forum_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_users u " .
         "ON u.id = p.author_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_users u2 " .
         "ON u2.id = p.update_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_postcount c " .
         "ON u.id = c.user_id " .
         "WHERE (p.topic_id = $topicid OR p.id = $topicid) " .
         "ORDER BY p.topic_id, p.date_posted ".
         "LIMIT $start,$limit";
  $result = mysql_query($sql,$conn)
    or die(mysql_error() . "<br>" . $sql);
  $query_count = "SELECT p.id, p.subject, p.body, p.date_posted, " .
           "p.date_updated, u.name as author, u.id as author_id, " .
           "u.signature as sig, c.count as postcount, " .
           "p.forum_id as forum_id, f.forum_moderator as mod, " .
           "p.update_id, u2.name as updated_by " .
         "FROM forum_forum f " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_posts p " .
         "ON f.id = p.forum_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_users u " .
         "ON u.id = p.author_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_users u2 " .
         "ON u2.id = p.update_id " .
         "LEFT JOIN forum_postcount c " .
         "ON u.id = c.user_id " .
         "WHERE (p.topic_id = $topicid OR p.id = $topicid) " .
         "ORDER BY p.topic_id, p.date_posted ";
    $result_count = mysql_query($query_count);
    $totalrows = mysql_num_rows($result_count)
    or die(mysql_error() . "<br>" . $query_count);
  $pagelinks = paginate($limit,$totalrows);


Then in function paginate() further down

Replace:
Code:
  function paginate($limit=10) {
  global $admin;


  $sql = "SELECT FOUND_ROWS();";
  $result = mysql_query($sql) or die(mysql_error());
  $row = mysql_fetch_array($result);
  $numrows = $row[0];

With:
Code:
function paginate($limit=10,$totalrows) {
  global $admin;

  $numrows = $totalrows;


Now in viewforums.php

Replace:
Code:
  $sql = "SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS ".
           "t.id as topic_id, t.subject as t_subject, ".
           "u.name as t_author, count(p.id) as numreplies, ".
           "t.date_posted as t_posted, tmp.postdate as re_posted ".
         "FROM forum_users u ".
         "JOIN forum_posts t ".
         "ON t.author_id = u.id ".
         "LEFT JOIN tmp ".
         "ON t.id = tmp.topic_id ".
         "LEFT JOIN forum_posts p ".
         "ON p.topic_id = t.id ".
         "WHERE t.forum_id = $forumid ".
         "AND t.topic_id = 0 ".
         "GROUP BY t.id ".
         "ORDER BY re_posted DESC " .
         "LIMIT $start, $limit";
  $result = mysql_query($sql)
    or die(mysql_error()."<br>".$sql);
    $numrows = mysql_num_rows($result);

With:
Code:
  $sql = "SELECT t.id as topic_id, t.subject as t_subject, ".
           "u.name as t_author, count(p.id) as numreplies, ".
           "t.date_posted as t_posted, tmp.postdate as re_posted ".
         "FROM forum_users u ".
         "LEFT JOIN forum_posts t ".
         "ON t.author_id = u.id ".
         "LEFT JOIN tmp ".
         "ON t.id = tmp.topic_id ".
         "LEFT JOIN forum_posts p ".
         "ON p.topic_id = t.id ".
         "WHERE t.forum_id = $forumid ".
         "AND t.topic_id = 0 ".
         "GROUP BY t.id ".
         "ORDER BY re_posted DESC " .
         "LIMIT $start, $limit";
  $result = mysql_query($sql)
    or die(mysql_error()."<br>".$sql);
  $query_count = "SELECT t.id as topic_id, t.subject as t_subject, ".
           "u.name as t_author, count(p.id) as numreplies, ".
           "t.date_posted as t_posted, tmp.postdate as re_posted ".
         "FROM forum_users u ".
         "LEFT JOIN forum_posts t ".
         "ON t.author_id = u.id ".
         "LEFT JOIN tmp ".
         "ON t.id = tmp.topic_id ".
         "LEFT JOIN forum_posts p ".
         "ON p.topic_id = t.id ".
         "WHERE t.forum_id = $forumid ".
         "AND t.topic_id = 0 ".
         "GROUP BY t.id ".
         "ORDER BY re_posted DESC ";
    $result_count = mysql_query($query_count); 
    $numrows = mysql_num_rows($result_count);

Then 4 lines from the bottom:

Replace:
Code:
 echo paginate($limit);
With:
Code:
echo paginate($limit,$numrows);
I think that was all of it!

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Old January 16th, 2005, 07:39 AM
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Thank you for the fix.

Your book is great - I've learned so much in a very short time.

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Hello,

I'm trying to apply paginate() a database but when I click on any of the pagination links it returns me to my original form without any data.

Please help. Thank you.

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