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  1. Any help with this please? I've managed to get the first part done but struggling with the second?Thanks.
  2. HiI am totally new to java and have been running through a few excersises and am stuck with the wording behind this. I have the basic idea down but can't seem to get from instructions to actually implementing the code. Here's what I'm trying to do,1. Invoke the Factory static method createCRCList() to obtain the collection of CRC objects.I have 3 java files. Only two are necessary here. Both codes are listed below. I'm supposed to invoke the method from Factory.java into the GUI.java file and I'm not sure what to do. It seems like a single line of code but I'm not sure what it is or where to p
  3. I'm working on the sort functions, gonna be difficult but I think I can get that done. Thanks.I'm having real problems getting my head around the formulas though. Is there any other spreadsheet like feature that I can add instead of formulas. Hoping for something more advanced then what I currently have?Thanks.
  4. Thanks for your help. I've changed everything around and now using a more robust AJAX system. The theory behind everything you've posted me helped me so much! I've not got an add/remove/edit feature installed. I wanna move on to sorting the data by clicking the header and most improtantly carrying out the basic excel formulas on it so addition/substraction/etc.How would that be possible?Thanks.
  5. I've created the delete.php file below but still have the same problem of nothing happening when I press the delete button? I checked the database and all the entries are still there? <html><title>Malik's Gym</title><body background="backgrounda.PNG"><?php$con = mysql_connect("localhost","tmalik2","England");if (!$con) { die('Could not connect: ' . mysql_error()); }mysql_select_db("tmalik2", $con);$sql="DELETE FROM Malik (ID)VALUES('$_POST[id]')";if (!mysql_query($sql,$con)) { die('Error: ' . mysql_error()); }echo "";mysql_close($con)?><center><FOR
  6. Thanks for the reply.I've added it in as a script, just like i did when I used the tablecloth.js file which works perfectly and I'm still getting the same problem. I can click on the delete button but nothing happens? <html><head><title>Malik's Gym</title><script src="selectuser.js"></script><link href="tablecloth/tablecloth.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" /><script type="text/javascript" src="tablecloth/tablecloth.js"></script><script type="text/javascript" src="delete_record.js"></script></head><
  7. Thanks for the reply. That was it, such a silly mistake!!Now instead of having ID's in my ID field I've got a delete button. It doesn't do anything though? I've added the function code in and get that blank screen again. I'm looking through the code and seeing if I've messed it up again but I may be placing it in the wrong place? <html><head><title>Malik's Gym</title><script src="selectuser.js"></script><link href="tablecloth/tablecloth.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" /><script type="text/javascript" src="tablecloth/tablecloth.
  8. I've ammended that in the code. I tried adding that to the top of my code and the screen went blank again so took it out. I'm getting the same error using this code. The screen goes blank. If I take out the following line from the code;echo "<td>"<a href="java script:void(0);" onclick="delete_record(' . $row['ID'] . ');">Delete</a>"</td>"; and revert back to the code before I added anything to do with the delete feature and it loads up like normal so it looks like the problems here. The code I'm using is below;MG.php <html><head><title>Malik's Gym<
  9. Here's my code; <html><head><title>Malik's Gym</title><script src="selectuser.js"></script><link href="tablecloth/tablecloth.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" /><script type="text/javascript" src="tablecloth/tablecloth.js"></script></head><body background="backgrounda.PNG"><h2 align="center"><b><u><font size="8" face="COMIC SANS MS" font color="#38ACEC">Malik's Gym</font></b></u></h2><form><font color="#38ACEC"><b>Search:</b></font>
  10. Isn't that the same thing? It looks like the code on the page you linked to is using checkboxes to identify which rows to delete. Another common way is to print a delete link for each row then you just click the link for the row you want to delete. All you need to tell PHP is the ID of the row you want to delete, so you'll need a way to save the ID. For a regular link, you would just put the ID in the link:<a href="delete.php?id=10">I meant a specific entry not row so like the one listed above. Main reason I didn't wanna do this is because after I've added an entry the database updates s
  11. Hi again,I used the POST variable and created an add button so that aspect of the database is working fine. The problem I'm having now is creating a delete feature. At the moment its just a html table with an add button at the bottom. What I want is something like the following;http://viralpatel.net/blogs/2009/03/dynami...javascript.htmlI've tried adapting the code there to fit my coding but can't seem to do it. What would be the best way to go about doing such a thing and are there any tutorials that I can follow?I know how to create a delete button that will delete a specific row, need one t
  12. Yep, that was the problem. Works fine now. Now I've just got to make this table as spreadsheet like as possible. Thanks for all your help so far, I'm going to move onto looking at the stuff you told me about and hopefully if I run into some problems I can get some help here.Thanks again!
  13. Thanks for the help. I used the code you provided and edited it to match my system but I get the following error? Here's the code;<html><head><title>Malik's Gym</title><script src="selectuser.js"></script></head><body background="background.PNG"><h2 align="center"><b><u><font size="8" face="Georgia, Arial" font color="blue">Malik's Gym</font></b></u></h2><form> <font color="blue"><b>Search:</b></font><select name="users" onchange="showUser(this.value)"><optio
  14. Where would you suggest putting the code in? I tried replacing the code I've gotten with the new one and nothing showed up. Is there a way I can get the full table to show up instead of the "user info will be listed here". My full code is at the bottom of the post. How about a feature to add an entry through the HTML page that will update the database? And similarly remove the data? Is there a tutotiral or something for that? Thanks.<?phperror_reporting(E_ALL);ini_set('error_log', dirname(__FILE__) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'error.log');ini_set('html_errors', 0);ini_set('log_errors', 1);ini_
  15. You can just have a PHP script to output the records in the database, it doesn't need to come through AJAX. The PHP script right now is producing partial HTML, you can change it to produce the entire page.Thanks for the reply. I now understand the theory behind this as in change it so instead of bringing about the single entry I can bring them all. What I'm not sure is how to go about that. Currently I'm using the ID to bring a seperate entry but there isn't anything in the table that I could bring every entry up? What kind of code will be needed for this? What I'm hoping to achieve is have th
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