How to create submit button on each row ?

 
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How to create submit button on each row ? If i press the button on that row, the information on that row will be confirmed.


What is the problem?

;<input name="<?php echo $row['id']; ?>" type="submit" id="<?php echo $row['id']; ?>" value="Confrim">&

The whole code

<?php
$host="localhost"; // Host name 
$username="root"; // Mysql username 
$password=""; // Mysql password 
$db_name="test"; // Database name 
$tbl_name="test_mysql1"; // Table name 

// Connect to server and select databse.
mysql_connect("$host", "$username", "$password")or die("cannot connect"); 
mysql_select_db("$db_name")or die("cannot select DB");

$sql="SELECT * FROM $tbl_name";
$result=mysql_query($sql);
?>


<form id="form" name="form" method="post" action="confirm.php"><table border='1' cellspacing='0' width='612'>
<tr>
<th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>#</font></th>
<th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Id</font></th>
<th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Name</font></th>
<th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Lastname</font></th>
<th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Email</font></th>
</tr>
               
<?php
$i = 0; 

$number = 0;
while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)){

$number++;

?>
   
<?php
$i++;

if($i%2)
{
$bg_color = "#EEEEEE";
}
else {
$bg_color = "#E0E0E0";
}
?> 
   
   <tr bgcolor='". $bg_color ."'>
   <td><center><Strong><font color='red'><?php echo $row['id']; ?></font></Strong></center></td>
  <td><center><Strong><?php echo $row['name']; ?></font></Strong></center></td>
  <td><center><Strong><?php echo $row['lastname']; ?></Strong></center></td>
  <td><center><Strong><?php echo $row['email'];  ?></Strong> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input name="<?php echo $row['id']; ?>" type="submit" id="<?php echo $row['id']; ?>" value="Confrim">&nbsp;</center></td>
  </tr>
<?php } ?>
            </table>
            <div class="select"><strong>Other Pages: </strong>
               <select>
                  <option>1</option>
               </select>
           </div>
             
               <label>



                </label></form>

confirm.php

if(isset($_POST['accept'])) {       
               
      mysql_query("UPDATE $tbl_name SET Status = 'Confirmed' WHERE id = $id");
                                 
    }
 
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Use loops for shwoing button on each row

 
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Can you suggest the code or the source? I don't know how to write it? Thanks!

 
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can you specify what u want to do?...there are many solutions of it. You can have onlu button instead of a submit button. Or if you want to submit the data of the whole table, this can be done easily with javascript.

Waiting for your reply...

 
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I just want a button on each row, so that i can update relevant informaiton on that row into sql. Can be any methods !

 
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Here is the code for button on each row

<?php
$host="localhost"; // Host name
$username="root"; // Mysql username
$password=""; // Mysql password
$db_name="test"; // Database name
$tbl_name="test_mysql1"; // Table name
 
// Connect to server and select databse.
mysql_connect("$host", "$username", "$password")or die("cannot connect");
mysql_select_db("$db_name")or die("cannot select DB");
 
$sql="SELECT * FROM $tbl_name";
$result=mysql_query($sql);
?>
 
 
<form id="form" name="form" method="post" action="confirm.php">
<table border='1' cellspacing='0' width='612' id='yourTbl'>
  <tr>
    <th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>#</font></th>
    <th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Id</font></th>
    <th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Name</font></th>
    <th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Lastname</font></th>
    <th bgcolor='green'><font color='white'>Email</font></th>
  </tr>
  <?php
      $i = 0;
      $number = 0;
      while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result))
      {
 
        $number++; 
        $i++;
        if($i%2)
        {
            $bg_color = "#EEEEEE";
        }
        else 
        {
             $bg_color = "#E0E0E0";
        }   
   ?>
        <tr bgcolor=<?php echo $bg_color; ?> >  
            <td><center><Strong><font color='red'><?php echo $row['id']; ?></font></Strong></center></td>
            <td><center><Strong><?php echo $row['name']; ?></Strong></center></td>
            <td><center><Strong><?php echo $row['lastname']; ?></Strong></center></td>
            <td><center><Strong><?php echo $row['email']; ?></Strong> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
            <td><input name="btn" type="button" id="<?php echo $row['id']; ?>" value="Confrim" onlclick="yourEvent(this);">&nbsp;</center></td>
        </tr>
<?php 
      } 
 ?>
</table>
</form>

<script type="text/javascript">
function yourEvent(btnClick)
{
   var table = document.getElementById('yourTbl');
   var rowCount = table.rows.length; 
   var data;
   for(var i=0; i<rowCount; i++) 
   {
		 var row = table.rows[i];
		 var chkbox = row.cells[4].childNodes[0];
		 if(chkbox == btnClick)
                 {
		       data = table.rows[i].cells[1].innerHTML;	
                       break;
                 }
   } 
   alert(data);
}
</script>

Suppose you clikced for 3rd row. This will pop up the data of 2nd colum of 3rd row.
Give me a reply whether it helped you or not.

 
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also check this

<?php
  header("Cache-Control: no-cache, no-store,must-revalidate");
  $server="localhost";
  $user="root";
  $pass="root";
  $database="jaydb";
?>
<script type="text/javascript">
    function doit() {
        s="";
        v="";
 
        for(i=0;i<f2.length;i++) {
          if(f2[i].delcheck!=null) {
             if(f2[i].delcheck.checked==true) {
                 v=f2[i].delcheck.value;
                if(s.length==0)
                   s=s + v;
                else
                   s= s + "," + v;
              }
            }
        }
      open("delit.php?id=" + s,"_self");
    }
</script>
<?  
   $cmd=$_POST["cmd"];
   $eno=$_POST["eno"];
   $ename=$_POST["ename"];
   $edate=$_POST["edate"];
    $Longitude=$_POST["Longitude"];
	$Lat=$_POST["Lat"];
	$Address=$_POST["Address"];
	$Region=$_POST["Region"];
	$City=$_POST["City"];
	$MaintainedBy=$_POST["MaintainedBy"];
	$StatusNopatPat=$_POST["StatusNopatPat"];
	$Priority=$_POST["Priority"];
 
   # Connect to database
   $cn=mysql_connect($server,$user,$pass);
   if(!$cn) {
       die ("<br/>DB not connnected : " . mysql_error()); 
    }
   # Select a database	
   $db=mysql_select_db($database,$cn);
	if(!$db)
	   die(mysql_error() . "  " . mysql_errno());
 
 if(isset($cmd,$eno))
     {
# --- When edit button press --------
         if($cmd=="Edit") {
 
	  $res = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM Info
WHERE SiteId='$eno' ");
 
	  $r=mysql_fetch_row($res);
print<<<TTT
<form method="post" name='f1' action="editdelete.php">
<br/>SiteID <input type="text" name="eno"  value="$r[0]"  />
<br/>Alias <input type="text" name="ename" value="$r[1]"/>
<br/>Code <input type="text" name="edate" value="$r[2]"/>
<br/>Long <input type="text" name="Longitude" value="$r[3]"/>
<br/>Lat <input type="text" name="Lat" value="$r[4]"/>
<br/>Address <input type="text" name="Address" value="$r[5]"/>
<br/>Region <input type="text" name="Region" value="$r[6]"/>
<br/>City <input type="text" name="City" value="$r[7]"/>
<br/>Maintained By<input type="text" name="MaintainedBy" value="$r[9]"/>
<br/>PAT Status<input type="text" name="StatusNopatPat" value="$r[10]"/>
<br/>Priority<input type="text" name="Priority" value="$r[15]"/>
<br/><input type="submit" name="cmd" value="Update"/>
<input type="submit" name="cmd" value="Cancel"/>
<hr/>
</form>     
TTT;
}
 # -- Delete a record --
   if($cmd=="Delete") 
   {  
     foreach($_POST["delcheck"] as $delid) {
       $sql ="delete FROM Info WHERE SiteId='$delid'";
       mysql_query($sql);
      }
    }
 
 # -- Update a record --
  if($cmd=="Update") {
 /* $sql = mysql_query("UPDATE Info SET 
 
Alias='$ename',Code='$edate',Longitude='$Longitude',Lat='$Lat' where  
               SiteID='$eno' ");*/
$query=mysql_query("update Info set 
 
alias='$ename',code='$edate',Longitude='$Longitude',Lat='$Lat',Address='$Addr
 
ess',Region='$Region',City='$City',MaintainedBy='$MaintainedBy',StatusNopatPa
 
t='$StatusNopatPat',Priority='$Priority' where siteid='$eno'");
 
           echo "Record updated";
    }
}    
 
   # -- Show the list  - Grid
	$sql="select * from Info";
	$res=mysql_query($sql,$cn);
	if(!$res)
	   die ("<br/>" . mysql_error());
 
	 print "<table cellpadding=1 cellspacing=1 width=100% 
 
style=font-size:12px>";
print "<tr><th bgcolor=#5D9BCC>SiteID</th bgcolor=#5D9BCC><th 
 
bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Alias</th><th bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Code</th><th 
 
bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Long</th><th bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Lat</th><th 
 
bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Address</th><th bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Region</th><th 
 
bgcolor=#5D9BCC>City</th><th bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Maintained By</th><th 
 
bgcolor=#5D9BCC>PAT Status</th><th bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Priority</th><th 
 
bgcolor=#5D9BCC>Action</th></tr>";
 
	 while($r=mysql_fetch_array($res))
	   {
	     print "<tr bgcolor=#FEE9A9><form method='post' 
 
action='editdelete.php' name='f2' >";
	     print 
 
"<td>$r[0]</td><td>$r[1]</td><td>$r[2]</td><td>$r[3]</td><td>$r[4]</td><td>$r
 
[5]</td><td>$r[6]</td><td>$r[7]</td><td>$r[9]</td><td>$r[10]</td><td>$r[15]</
 
td><td>";
print "<input type='checkbox'
               name='delcheck'
               value='$r[0]'/>";
		 print "<input type='hidden' value='$r[0]' name='eno'/>";
		 print "<input type='submit' name='cmd' value='Edit'/>";
        print "<input type='hidden' name='cmd' value=''/>";
      print "</td></form></tr>";				 
	   }
	 print "</table>";  
      mysql_close($cn);
?>	
 
 
<button onclick="doit()">Delete</button>
 
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Thanks all, but the code are too difficult to me and i don't know any javascript!

<td width ='7%'><center><font size='2' face='arial'>&nbsp;<?php echo $row['Status']; ?></font>&nbsp;&nbsp;<input name="accept" type="submit" id="<?php echo $row['id']; ?>" value="Accept"></center></td>

I still want to keep using the submit button! after pressing the submit button (on every row), then go to confirm.php. Then the submit buton can be identified. e.g. id='12' and then update the database!

if(isset($_POST['accept'])) {       
               
      mysql_query("UPDATE table SET Status = 'Confirmed' WHERE id = $id");
                                 
    }

I just don't know how to write the submit button with the unique id or name, so that i can update the database!

 
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You can't set anything to a submit button. You have to put the id in an actual input field. If you don't want to change it, put it in a hidden field.

<input type="hidden" name="id" value="<?php echo $id; ?>" />
 
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That mean no solution?

 
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Sorry i don't know how to use!

 
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Anyone can help? Thanks!

 
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One way to do this, using strictly PHP is to loop through the POST vars.
I am assuming you don't want to use a simple href (href + query string and you can provide any info you want to your script)

Wrap your table in a form.
Say, for instance, the process you want to do is a deletion.
As you are putting your rows together, enter your input something like so:
echo('<input name="Delete' . $Row[ID] . '" type="submit" value="Delete" /> etc ...
If you are submitting to the same page (such as action="<?=$_SERVER[PHP_SELF]?>", at the bottom of your form, create a hidden field named "Process".
Then, when you submit your form, you can check for if(!empty($_POST) and then do this:

foreach($_POST as $key => $value)
{
   if(substr($key,0,6) == "Delete")
   {
      $ID = substr($key,6);
      break;
   }

}
Thus, you have you ID for processing, without having to place it in the value of the button.

 
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i have a similar problem and i want to do it entirely with php. I can't figure how to combine what happens after i press a button, say "edit row", with the rest of the table holding the info from the db...
In other words, I have a form - user writes some data and then it is submitted to the db. Then all the data is printed out in a table each row having a button "edit row". When this button is pressed, the table cells become editable, user changes the name or something and saves the new data (button "edit row" becomes "save").

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