I don't quite understand why you chose such a complicated solution - I may be missing something, in which case sorry for wasting your time. But why don't you just dynamically build the select statement and then use the <whatever>_fetch_array() -- and walk that array instead?
Just my 2c Bogdan Jonathan Duncan wrote: >I am trying to figure out a way to dynamically create some lines of PHP code >and then have it executed. This is because I want a page to display >different columns in a table depending on whatever link is clicked. There >are hundreds of different combinations of column headings so I don't want to >make a different PHP page that is formated for each different combination. >The column headings are stored in a database. > >So far what I have come up with is to have a starting page, that takes the >value of the link that is clicked, it queries the database for that value >and then does a while statement to make all the <TD>'s for the different >columns. Each <TD> is populated with a different variable, one for each >column header. Each iteration I append to a variable to hold all of these ><TD>'s. Then I write the contents of that variable to a temporary include >file and call the page that will display the table. That table then >includes those <TD>'s from the include file I wrote them to and executes the >PHP that runs another query on the database and fills in the variables in >those <TD>'s. > >This seems like a lot of work. Does what I am trying to do make sense to >anyone? Does anyone have any idea how to do this an easier way? > >Thanks >Jonathan Duncan > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php