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    Mysocial databasequeries Mysocial databasequeries Presentation Transcript

    • Integration: MySocial Database QueriesInterdisciplinary Web Development CGS2835
    • database_queries.php• Contains many php functions which query the database for information.• This data is sometimes “returned” with return to where the function was called• Other times, this data is simply echoed from database_queries.php CGS2835 WebDev
    • MySocial database• What information can we ask about this data? CGS2835 WebDev
    • Get data for a user• We can ask the database columns of information for a particular userID
    • database_get_username($userID)===== In MODEL database_queries.php =====function database_get_username($userID){ $userID = sanitize_input($userID); $data = mysql_query("SELECT username FROM users WHERE userID=$userID"); $row = mysql_fetch_array($data); $result = $row[username]; return $result;}===== “Calling” the function, printing the data on the VIEW (user.php) =====$username = database_get_username($userID);echo $username; CGS2835 WebDev
    • Insert posts for a user• The VIEW user.php has a form that displays if $userID is the same as the $loggedInUser• This form collects a post and sends it to the controller post_process.php
    • Calling database_add_user_post($userID, $message)== In post_process.php (Controller, processing the data)==// Get the message to post$post = $_POST["post"];// Get the user logged in$userID = get_user_logged_in();// Insert the new post into the database for that user// call the database_add_user_post function and provide the variables// $userID and $postdatabase_add_user_post($userID, $post);// Go back to the users pageheader(Location: user.php?userID= . $userID); CGS2835 WebDev
    • database_add_user_post($userID, $message)== In database_queries.php (Model inserting the data) ==function database_add_user_post($userID, $message) { // Sanitize the variables $userID and $message $userID = sanitize_input($userID); $message = sanitize_input($message); // Insert the data (userID, message) into the posts table $q = "INSERT INTO posts (userID, message) VALUES ($userID, $message)"; mysql_query($q);} CGS2835 WebDev
    • Select posts for a user• With post data inserted for a user, we can select the post data out to display it.• This will require a VIEW (echo data) and MODEL (select data)
    • database_get_user_posts($userID)===== In VIEW user.php =====$posts = database_get_user_posts($userID);<h2>Posts:</h2><div id = "posts_all"><?php echo($posts); ?></div>
    • database_get_user_posts($userID)===== In database_queries.php =====// Get all of the posts for a userIDfunction database_get_user_posts($userID){ $userID = sanitize_input($userID); $posts = ""; $q = "SELECT message,timestamp FROM posts WHERE userID=$userID ORDER BY timestamp DESC"; $result = mysql_query($q); while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)) { $message = stripslashes($row[message]); $timestamp = $row[timestamp]; $posts = $posts . $timestamp . ": " . $message . "<br />"; } return $posts;}
    • Many more queries• There are many more interactions in the database in database_queries.php• Later topics: – password hashing, database security. – Designing the layout – Adding functionality