I am using a table with a large amount of records and on the first load of the table it groups and displays all records in the database. Is it possible to initially only show records from a specific date onwards to limit the initial number of records shown?
I would want however if the user searches for specific information to show all relevant information no matter what date the information was from?
I have a database with 1 million records in it but for the initial load, I only want to see records from a specific date onwards. Thus limiting the number of records to be displayed.
However, when the user want to search information on a specific client, the search would then extend to records for all date ranges,
You can see search-onload function:
Is this code:
$sarr = <<< SEARCH_JSON
Only available on certain PHP releases?? I'm running 5.3.5 and I keep getting an error message of Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_SL in when I try and add you code.
This is known as HEREDOC syntax and it is supported in PHP from start versions.
Issue discussed here …
Looking at the copy-paste, it looks like you have a space character after the word "END" on the first line:
'echo <<<END '
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