[FX.php List] second find request

David Ness dness at bondedbuilders.com
Wed Jun 27 09:04:10 MDT 2007

Also, keep in mind if you concatenate numbers together, separate them
with a delimiter of some sort, otherwise "1123" could mean:

Section 1, Row 12, Seat 3


Section 1, Row 1, Seat 13

David Allen Ness
Database Systems Programmer
Web Applications Developer

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Hi guys,
I want do a multiply find request
section1=102 and
row1=12 and
section2=102 and
row2=12 and

In filemaker you would create a second find request
I couldn't figure it out so I create  calculation fields
zw_ticket1 = section1 & row1 & seat1
zw_ticket2 = section2 & row2 & seat2

	$query->AddDBParam('zw_ticket1', $zw_ticket);
	$query->AddDBParam('-lop', 'or');
	$query->AddDBParam('zw_ticket2', $zw_ticket);
	$queryResult = $query->FMFind();

Any suggestion for a better method welcomed

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