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Posted: 06/11/2013, 9:36 PM

I've been working on a project that should be way more simple than it's turning out. I've searched and searched and only seem to find a few clues to my quandary. I know I'm in the right forest, and I think I'm circling the right tree but just can't seem to get the right details together.

I've tried the Example MulitpleStepRegistration to the exact specifications and I still seem to be stuck. I get this error... Call to a member function ToSQL() on a non-object in... I assume its .$DBInternetDB that is failing but can't trace it down. Or why their example won't work.

Basically I need to create an online application for a job and I want to break down the input form so it's not so big on one page.

CodeCharge seems to do so much that this should be an easy step but I can't seem it get that ball rolling. Is it a lookup, is it a session id, is it a stored variable of some other sorts?

Can anyone push me in the right direction?
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Posted: 06/12/2013, 6:43 PM

I messed around and changed to this...

$db = new clsDBConnection1();

$LastID = CCDLookup("max(user_id)","users","user_login=".$db->ToSQL(CCGetFromPost("user_login",""),ccsText),$db);

And it worked. Why does DBInternetDB not work but defining $db and replacing the DBInternetDB with db does it work. There seems to be no details on DBInternetDB anywhere I can find. It was declared as a global. It's the code CodeCharge has in it's own sample. What's changed?
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