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PHP Integrating PHP with Databases Using Relational Tables Fetching Many Relationships

Bret Marshall
Bret Marshall
2,549 Points

having trouble

Nothing it working for me, what is my problem


include "helper.php";

 * helper contains the following variables:
 * $item is an array that contains details about the library item
 * $results is a PDOstatement object with our genre results.

1 Answer

Michael Timbs
Michael Timbs
15,761 Points

You're almost there. This "genres" element should have an internal associative array with the key of genre_id and the value of genre.

What you are doing is placing the value of genre into the "genres" element. You need to add a key of genre_id in as well.

Something like this

$item["genres"][] = $row["genre_id"] = $row["genre"];