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How send the variables between the php and tpl


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Hi,

I have another challenge. :)

 

Here is my .php file.

public function getContent()
    {
        foreach($DB_0 as $DB_0_data)
          $DB_1_array .= "<option values="$DB_0_data['id']">$DB_0_data['name']</option>";

        $this->smarty->assign('DB_2', $DB_2_array);
        $this->smarty->assign('DB_1', $DB_1_array);

        $this->_html .= $this->display(__FILE__, 'views/templates/admin/back_office.tpl');

        return $this->_html;
    }

I have an form in the back_office.tpl file.

<form action="index.php" method="post" class="form-horizontal">
     {foreach $DB_2 as $DB_2_name => $DB_2_data}
        <li class="filter_list_item" draggable="false">
           {$DB_2_name}
           <select>
              {$DB_1}
           </select>
        </li>
     {/foreach}
</form>

But I need add the condition for the option (if match than is selected). And I need run this condition in the tpl file.

Here is how I did it:

<form action="index.php" method="post" class="form-horizontal">
     {foreach $DB_2 as $DB_2_name => $DB_2_data}
        <li class="filter_list_item" draggable="false">
           <select>
              {foreach $DB_1 as $key => $DB_1_data}
                 {$selected = ""}
                 {if $DB_1_data['name'] == $DB_2_name}
                   {$selected = "selected"}
                 {/if}
                 <option {$selected} values="{$DB_1_data['id']}">{$DB_1_data['name']}</option>
              {/foreach}
           </select>
        </li>
     {/foreach}
</form>

But how you can see, there is really too much foreach. I need move the foreach for the $DB_1 outside the foreach of the $DB_2. But I don't know, how is possible to create the if condition.

 

Thank you!!!!!

Edited by down999 (see edit history)

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Maybe do the comparison in the php file, and store the results of the comparison to some array $compResult), then add:

 

$this->smarty->assign('comp_result', $compResult);

 
Then in the tpl file just go through the {$comp_result} array as needed
 
 
Just a thought,
pascal.

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