It seems to be a deadend for me in this area. Either this is not possible or I am making a mistake. So I would appreciate for a hint.
I need to access objects from the table while the field values are displayed in the form and store them in a blob field in the form of a protocoll. Thats the problem.
Now accessing the objects with $member_handler > getUser > getVar works only for the fields correctly when they are not in the form.field_name. The field values that are in the form.field_name.new and form.field.old DOES NOT WORK.
This means that the getVar passes on the values that are available in the $REQUEST, _EVENTHOUGH the values are accessed through the object.php!
It does not seems to be possible.
$email_db = $from_db->getVar("email", "E"); // Old email
$from_db->getVar("myname", "E"); // An example field here
$email_post = $_POST['email']; // new email value
Saving the form will have
$email_db = $email_post
Hence the getVar(email) from db DID NOT WORK but getVar(myname) DID WORK.
This shows that the object values get accessed partially through the $_REQUEST array, which should not happen. Or am I mistaken?
The above message was written in the middle of my work when I did not end it and have a solution. Now reading it again, I see that the message has been wrongly drafted and shows a bit of confusion.
The description above is wrong.
In regards to the above situation, I have had to access the DB directly by making a seperate query hardcoding it which solved the problem. Anyway, I saw a new problem as there is. I however would leave it for now and describe it in details later.
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Thanks that you thought about it.
Not at the moment.
The association I help, needs to have some things to be done in the near future. I am learning from their requirements and planning to make a module based on their demands, which supposedly may help many non-profits. Thereafter is Xajax is in the list and the new module XoopsGold that I will be starting to work on soon, which will keep me busy for quite sometime.
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