RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-29 Thread Ed Gorski
, Scott - Original Message - From SP [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date Tue, 28 May 2002 14:48:32 -0400 To Kevin Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED], Jeff Bearer [EMAIL PROTECTED], Php-General \(E-mail\) php- [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen. Vbulletin does

Re: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-29 Thread Mike Gohlke
As stated elsewhere, this is somewhat similar to what you need. (btw, NOT tested for syntax errors) ? // $searchquery = their incoming request // $finishedquery = an already stored request // I use this style (inserting pointers to the searched records into a table for temporary use. It's a

[PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-28 Thread Jeff Bearer
I have a part of my site that searches a large database and sometimes it takes more than a few seconds to return the results. When searches take longer, people get antsy and search again. To let them know that the search is working so they don't double efforts I'd like to have an intermediate

RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-28 Thread Ian Samuel
Title: RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen. What you want to do is post the form, display a searching screen, and then on that same screen... well, like this, I think: form target=?= $PHP_SELF; ? input type=text name=foo input type=submit name=submit value=Submit /form ? if ($Submit

RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-28 Thread Leotta, Natalie (NCI/IMS)
: Jeff Bearer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 2:24 PM To: Php-General (E-mail) Subject: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen. I have a part of my site that searches a large database and sometimes it takes more than a few seconds to return the results. When searches take

Re: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-28 Thread Kevin Stone
PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 12:23 PM Subject: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen. I have a part of my site that searches a large database and sometimes it takes more than a few seconds to return the results. When searches take longer, people get antsy and search again. To let them

RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-28 Thread SP
PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 12:23 PM Subject: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen. I have a part of my site that searches a large database and sometimes it takes more than a few seconds to return the results. When searches take longer, people get antsy and search again. To let

RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen.

2002-05-28 Thread Scott Reismanis
PROTECTED] Date Tue, 28 May 2002 14:48:32 -0400 To Kevin Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED], Jeff Bearer [EMAIL PROTECTED], Php-General \(E-mail\) php- [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject RE: [PHP] Intermediate Searching... screen. Vbulletin does this for their search. Anyone know how they do it? http