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> To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
> From: dianne(at)wellsgaming(dot)com
> Subject: [GENERAL] Stroring html form settings
> Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:38:20 -0700
> I have some html forms that I save the settings into the database,
> things like which item was selected in the menu and if a checkbox was
> checked. The table looks like this:
> user_id | report_id | info
> 111 | 1 | A:::::CHECKED::::CHECKED::::CHECKED::
> 111 | 2 | A:::CHECKED::
> 111 | 3 | A::CHECKED:CHECKED::CHECKED::::CHECKED:::
> The info column has the settings separated with a : and consecutive
> colons mean the user didn't make a selection. Would this be the way
> to store them?
> I've done some searching and I could use XML (I will read some
> tutorials after writing this email). But there may be other ways and
> I'm just too much of a newbie to know. I'm using Postgresql 8.1.11
> and PHP on CentOS 5.2.
> Thanks in advance.
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