[UPHPU] Sequentially number records with php/mysql

Ashley Oviatt ashovi at qwest.net
Wed Nov 10 11:33:22 MST 2004


Because I am creating a pdf of the business card and that's how I name 
the file. If they don't like the proof pdf, they don't have to order.

Ash

Fred Larsen wrote:

> I am not sure why you would want to give someone a number that they may 
> or may not use.  It would be like creating a register receipt for 
> everyone that walked through the door of your store.  Even if they just 
> came in to use the bathroom.
> 
> Fred
> 
> On Nov 10, 2004, at 10:46 AM, Ashley Oviatt wrote:
> 
>> Hi.
>>
>> I'm setting up a way for people to order business cards from our company.
>>
>> I have it all finished, but right now I'm just using random #'s to give
>> them a job#. What's the easiest way to give them a sequential job
>> number? I don't want a database full of unfulfilled orders, but I'm
>> guessing that making a record in the db for each new customer is the way
>> to go, and then delete the record if the person doesn't order, right?
>>
>> Anyway, just wanted to knwo what you guys thought.
>>
>> Ashley
>>
>>
>>
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