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  1. I have a web site that lists students in a database on a server, and can add a students details. It then relists the students pulling the new list off the database. All worked well until I transferred everything to a new webhost. It still works to the point of relisting when I get the old list not the updated one. Checking the database(mysql) directly it has actually put the new student in. and if I log out of the web site and back in the new student's details are there. how do get this to work? relevent code is below: html/javascript: function listStudents(password){ var oReq = new XMLHttpRequest(); oReq.onload = function() { // This is where you handle what to do with the response. // The actual data is found on this.responseText allTheStudents = JSON.parse(this.responseText); if(allTheStudents){ select = document.getElementById("audioFile"); for(index in allTheStudents) { select.options[select.options.length] = new Option(allTheStudents[index], index); } }else{ alert("There are no students"); } document.getElementById("fileLabel").innerHTML= "Select Student(s) from the list:"; document.getElementById("fileLabel").style = "display:show;font-family: Calibri; font-size: 16px; font-weight: bold;color:#E3C208;"; }; oReq.open("get", "listStudents.php?x=" + username, true); oReq.send(); oReq.close; } function addStudent(){ document.getElementById("familyNameId").innerHTML=""; document.getElementById("qInput").style="display:none"; familyName = document.getElementById("familyNameId").value; givenName = document.getElementById("givenNameId").value; email = document.getElementById("emailId").value; studentdetails = familyName+","+ givenName +","+email+","+ username ; listNewStudent = familyName+" "+ givenName +" "+email; addaStudent = JSON.stringify(studentdetails); var oReq = new XMLHttpRequest(); oReq.onload = function() { }; oReq.open("get", "saddStudent.php?x=" + addaStudent, true); oReq.send(); oReq.close; //alert("username "+ username); alert("about to list"); select = document.getElementById("audioFile"); //select.options = new Option(listNewStudent); select.options[select.options.length] = new Option(listNewStudent); listStudents(); } php: <?php $studentdetails = json_decode($_GET["x"],false); //$var = file_get_contents('php://input'); //$studentArray = json_decode($var); //$length = count($studentArray); $servername = xxxxx $user = xxxxxx $pass=xxxxx $db ='xxxxxx // Create connection $con = new mysqli($servername, $user, $pass, $db) or die("Unable to connect to Database: " . $db); if ($con->connect_error) { die("Connection failed: " . $con->connect_error); } $studentElements = str_getcsv($studentdetails,",",""); $fname=$studentElements[0]; $gname=$studentElements[1]; $ename=$studentElements[2]; $sqla = "INSERT INTO students (familyName,givenName,email,) VALUES ('$fname','$gname','$ename);"; if (mysqli_multi_query($con,$sqla) === TRUE) { // echo "New records created successfully"; } else { } $con->close(); ?> Thanks in advance
  2. I am quite new to java, and try as I might, I can't find any examples to help me. I am running ffmpeg as a process and parsing the stderr to get various bits of data - all of which is working fine, but I want to send a "q\n" command to ffmpeg's input from a gui menu item to gracefully quit it whilst it is running when necessary. So all I want to do is send a string programmatically to ffmpeg, the equivalent of sending q return from terminal. A simplified segment of the source code is attached Thanks in advance ffmpeg.txt
  3. I am pretty new to javascript and node.js. I am wanting to display some text using document.getElementById('txt').innerHTML= "some text" followed by a node module : var spawn = require('child_process').spawnSync; child = spawn('ffmpeg',['-y -i ',some_file , result_file ], { shell: true }); (which takes some time) and then document.getElementById('txt').innerHTML= "some other text"; However it only disp[ays the second lot of text after the external program has finished. I had assumed that as I am using the synchronous version of spawn that the first line would get displayed first, how can I do this? Thanks
  4. Thanks, I will have to move on to plan B
  5. I need to get the raw window handle for a html / javascript window (hwnd in windows 10), using javascript / node.js / nwjs but can't find a way. does anybody have any ideas? I want to embed mpv or mplayer in a window using the -wid option which requires the window handle as an integer. Or does anyone have any ideas how to do this as an alternative? Thanks
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