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true, 'query' => true, 'sort' => true, 'time' => true, 'tabs' => true ); // Set default prefixes for variables $opts['js']['prefix'] = 'PME_js_'; $opts['dhtml']['prefix'] = 'PME_dhtml_'; $opts['cgi']['prefix']['operation'] = 'PME_op_'; $opts['cgi']['prefix']['sys'] = 'PME_sys_'; $opts['cgi']['prefix']['data'] = 'PME_data_'; /* Get the user's default language and use it if possible or you can specify particular one you want to use. Refer to official documentation for list of available languages. */ $opts['language'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE'] . '-UTF8'; /* Table-level filter capability. If set, it is included in the WHERE clause of any generated SELECT statement in SQL query. This gives you ability to work only with subset of data from table. $opts['filters'] = "column1 like '%11%' AND column2<17"; $opts['filters'] = "section_id = 9"; $opts['filters'] = "PMEtable0.sessions_count > 200"; */ /* Field definitions Fields will be displayed left to right on the screen in the order in which they appear in generated list. Here are some most used field options documented. ['name'] is the title used for column headings, etc.; ['maxlen'] maximum length to display add/edit/search input boxes ['trimlen'] maximum length of string content to display in row listing ['width'] is an optional display width specification for the column e.g. ['width'] = '100px'; ['mask'] a string that is used by sprintf() to format field output ['sort'] true or false; means the users may sort the display on this column ['strip_tags'] true or false; whether to strip tags from content ['nowrap'] true or false; whether this field should get a NOWRAP ['select'] T - text, N - numeric, D - drop-down, M - multiple selection ['options'] optional parameter to control whether a field is displayed L - list, F - filter, A - add, C - change, P - copy, D - delete, V - view Another flags are: R - indicates that a field is read only W - indicates that a field is a password field H - indicates that a field is to be hidden and marked as hidden ['URL'] is used to make a field 'clickable' in the display e.g.: 'mailto:$value', 'http://$value' or '$page?stuff'; ['URLtarget'] HTML target link specification (for example: _blank) ['textarea']['rows'] and/or ['textarea']['cols'] specifies a textarea is to be used to give multi-line input e.g. ['textarea']['rows'] = 5; ['textarea']['cols'] = 10 ['values'] restricts user input to the specified constants, e.g. ['values'] = array('A','B','C') or ['values'] = range(1,99) ['values']['table'] and ['values']['column'] restricts user input to the values found in the specified column of another table ['values']['description'] = 'desc_column' The optional ['values']['description'] field allows the value(s) displayed to the user to be different to those in the ['values']['column'] field. This is useful for giving more meaning to column values. Multiple descriptions fields are also possible. Check documentation for this. */ $opts['fdd']['Order'] = array( 'name' => 'Order', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 8, 'default' => '0', 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['Model'] = array( 'name' => 'Model', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 65535, 'textarea' => array( 'rows' => 5, 'cols' => 50), 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['Spec'] = array( 'name' => 'Spec', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 4294967295, 'textarea' => array( 'rows' => 5, 'cols' => 50), 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['Serial No'] = array( 'name' => 'Serial No', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 12, 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['Engine'] = array( 'name' => 'Engine', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 10, 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['Status'] = array( 'name' => 'Status', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 10, 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['In Stock'] = array( 'name' => 'In Stock', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 10, 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['Arrival Date'] = array( 'name' => 'Arrival Date', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 10, 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['Cost to Tt'] = array( 'name' => 'Cost to Tt', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 11, 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['End User'] = array( 'name' => 'End User', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 11, 'sort' => true ); $opts['fdd']['ID'] = array( 'name' => 'ID', 'select' => 'T', 'maxlen' => 11, 'sort' => true ); // Now important call to phpMyEdit require_once 'phpMyEdit.class.php'; new phpMyEdit($opts); ?>