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hi all,

I have the following code (part of it):

$query = "INSERT INTO eyfs_register (register_id, am, pm, student_info_id)
	  VALUES (:register_id, :am, :pm, :student_info_id)";
 
 $statement = $conn->prepare($query);
 //student details table

 $statement->bindValue(":register_id", $register_id);
 $statement->bindValue(":am", $am);
 $statement->bindValue(":pm", $pm);
 $statement->bindValue(":student_info_id", $student_info_id);
 
 $statement->execute();
 
 $conn->commit();

the student info id which is in bold, is not a user input within the form. it is displayed as text read from another table. the question is as seen as in this eyfs_register table a column with student_info_id exists and is a foreign key, i need a copy of the id to be inserted.


I know it cannot be passed through as a variable would be which is input in a form. How would i do it? it is just a simple row within the form :

echo "<td><h3>" . $row['student_info_id'] . "</h3></td>";
Posted 20-Apr-13 3:28am
Comments
Mohibur Rashid at 21-Apr-13 1:10am
   
You can put your student info id in hidden field and retrieve it with other user input

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