I am doing a major rewrite of the scrips and going to do a reorg
of the DB between 3pm and 5pm PDT. This reorg will allow easier
searching and viewing. Also with that I should be able to get
easier statistics. With the new scripts the password for submitter
will be used to modify or delete entries.
> I am doing a major rewrite of the scrips and going to do a reorg
> of the DB between 3pm and 5pm PDT. This reorg will allow easier
> searching and viewing. Also with that I should be able to get
> easier statistics. With the new scripts the password for submitter
> will be used to modify or delete entries.
I applaud what you've done with this as it's extremely useful. However, I
see many duplicates of IP's submitted. Is there a way you can code the
script so that doesn't happen ?
The current layout this was intent to show multiple entries for IPs
which could be dynamic (dialup user, etc.). I am working right now
on a complete rewrite, which still allows multiple entries but
it can set to only display it once.
The conversion of the data itself into the new format is finished.
Unfortunatly I am still working on the scripts. Searching partly
works (primary the single line per IP without the extra log entries/time
stamps). Adding via the addsingle.php works, mass adds via add.php is
not done yet.
I am going to Bay Lisa right now, will work on this more when I get
home in a few hours.
The search.php has been fixed to work for displaying additional
entries if an IP has been submitted more then once. Its 4am and
I need some sleep. Later today I will add:
Search.php to use pages in sizes of like 50 table entries per page
Add.php for mass submission (like the old add)
Modify.php to modify entries (like adding, changing comments)
Delete.php to delete entries (like when someone fixed their host)
The normal add form with textbox to add multiple entries is back
Modify Submitter has now a recover password function.
If people have submitted entries before yesterday with different
passwords, at the time of conversion the first password was used.
You can now recover that one by clicking on the "Recover password"
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