I am trying to get the last inserted id to be displayed in alert box. Can anyone help me out.
I can echo it out but I want to display the ID in alert box and redirect once the user clicks ok. Thank you so much. I am a new php coder.

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You do not include any code, so it's difficult to see what you've tried and how far or how close you've got.
In js, you can include php variables like this:

var jsId = "<?=$id?>";

or full tags:

var jsId = "<?php echo $id; …
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You do not include any code, so it's difficult to see what you've tried and how far or how close you've got.
In js, you can include php variables like this:

var jsId = "<?=$id?>";

or full tags:

var jsId = "<?php echo $id; ?>";

You can then have a script to run an alert:

alert("The id you want is " + jsId);

If you just want a redirect following an alert:

alert("The last record will be shown when you click OK");
window.location.href = "http://www.example.com/showrecords?id=" + jsId;

Or you could just go full throttle and do this:

alert("The last record will be shown when you click OK");
window.location.href = "http://www.example.com/showrecords?id=<?php echo $id;?>";

Alternatively, if you want the user to have a choice in whether to redirect, then offer a confirm box instead of alert - you then need to handle that - plenty of online resources to show you how.

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