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I wanted to search for only those recipes that were the martin family's comfort food based on the metaKeys so I entered this in the search box:
the results were more like a union of both terms.
file_put_contents("BOB.log", print_r($sql, true));
into /recipes/classes/recipes.php I found the "+" aren't in the sql query that is built but instead:
AND MATCH(name,instructions,ingredients,submitted_by,metaDesc,metaKeys) AGAINST(' martin comfort' IN BOOLEAN MODE).
I've just started learning PHP a couple days ago and have loaded my 350+ recipes directly into the database from my PC based Mastercook XML file that I exported and transformed into INSERT statements. I must say I think you've done a bangup job on this software, some of the best I've ever installed. All this is to say it could be an issue with me but I think something is going on with constructing this query. Thanks for any help.
I must say I think you've done a bangup job on this software, some of the best I've ever installed. All this is to say it could be an issue with me but I think something is going on with constructing this query. Thanks for any help.
Thanks for your kind words. The fulltext search functions aren`t particularly reliable anyway. I just experimented with them in maian recipe. I`ll just stick with standard 'like' queries in the next version.
Looks like an error anyway with the + symbols, might be the mysql_real_escape_string function stripping them out. Feel free to have a play around with the code.
OK I tracked this down into /recipes/index.php. The urldecode removes "+" and replaces them with spaces. Using the rawurldecode does not do this, I hope it doesn't cause other problems. Your thoughts? The search now works as expected.
# original $searchKeys = urldecode(cleanData($_GET['keys']));
$searchKeys = rawurldecode(cleanData($_GET['keys'])); # my change