[ic] sql-param macro question
jon at endpoint.com
Fri Jul 29 22:28:22 EDT 2005
On Fri, 29 Jul 2005, jeff at hisgirlfridays.com wrote:
> I know this is probably pushing it with ITL, but:
> - given a database table column named "price1"
> - and [tmp macro]price1[/tmp]
> is there a way to do [sql-param [scratch macro]] (where I actually want
> it to be interpreted as [sql-param price1])?
I can't think of any way offhand using only the scratch variable, but you
could do it like this:
[loop prefix=field lr=1 list="[scratch macro]"]
[query sql="..." list=1]
blah blah [field-code] blah blah
That's untested, but I think it will work.
If you have more than one variable you need interpolated, you can just add
columns to the pseudo-query result in the loop list, and refer to the
others as [field-pos 1], etc. When I've done this before, I've started the
"variables" loop at or near the top of the page, so that those values are
available throughout the page.
> Also, we are launching a nice, new IC site at store.charmschool.com this
> week. It came out good, very happy with it. We are also doing a spring
> break vacation packages site which is extremely exciting for me. We are
> not using any of the provided IC templates for it, the whole frontend
> and admin is custom-built. I decided to use IC because it's already
> running numerous ecommerce sites on our server and I knew that its
> session management system is superb. Of course, with the query and list
> tags you can easily store and retrieve dynamic content. When I went to
> implement image uploads on the admin, and discovered that just one line
> of code handled it all (value-extended), I knew that my choice to use IC
> for content management was well made. Proves what I've been saying for,
> like, five years - IC is way more than just a shopping cart, it's a web
> application framework.
Congratulations on the new site! I have also found Interchange to work
nicely for numerous non-shopping applications.
End Point Corporation
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