[Typo3] restore <LINK> to <A HREF...> in my extension

S. Teuber traveler_in_time at gmx.net
Fri Jul 29 12:25:56 CEST 2005

Jan Slusarczyk <janslu at grupaiis.pl> wrote in
news:mailman.1.1122587620.18690.typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de: 

> > 
> this->cObj->parseFunc($data['yourBodyTextFieldFromYourTable'],$this->co
> nf['parser.']); 
> > in TS:
> > plugin.whateverYourThingyIsCalled.parser <
> > tt_content.text.20.parseFunc 
Hi Jan,

> And in my extension:
> ...
> $query = "SELECT lead, opis FROM user_kalendarium_data WHERE....";
> $res = mysql_query($query);
> if (list($lead, $opis) = mysql_fetch_row($res))

Depending on your TYPO3 version, starting with 3.6.0 you should consider 
using $GLOBALS['TYPO3_DB']->exec_SELECTquery() rather than mysql_query(). 
It's for the database abstraction layer and ensures compatibility of your 
extension. See typo3.org -> Documentation -> Matrix -> Coding Guidelines, 
Chapter 3 (I think) -> database connectivity.

>      {
>      $opis =
>      $this->cObj->parseFunc($data[$opis],$this->conf['parser.']); 

$this->cObj->parseFunc($opis, $this->conf['parser.']);

It seems to me that the first argument of parseFunc() expects the actual 
content from the database field. This content is copied to the variable 
$opis in 
if (list($lead, $opis) = mysql_fetch_row($res))

So you need to pass that variable as first argument. You have no array 
called $data at that point. 



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