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You should

<script type="text/javascript">

2) Put your javascript at the bottom of the page and not half way through the form... (?!!)

3) Add a document ready to that function so that it executes when the page finished loading. $( document ).ready(function() {

4) Make sure you have included all the required jquery files: Jquery Core, Jquery UI, etc.

5) Provide some CSS if you think that is the problem??

Check, check, and check. I still have the same issue.

I am using this css: I honestly wouldn't know where to start and why it would be messed up in the first pace.

That css works - (ive copied the JS variable from JqueryUI as cant run php in there). I would suggest removing any other css file you might be linking to

i removed all of my css other than that and it still happens.

Ok, think i know the issue. You have the data for the other inputs but not the data for the autocomplete. The demo has the keys in the array of 'id', 'value' and 'abbrev'. The first one and the last one are assigned on selection of an option. The options are built from the value key. Add a value key to your array. ie: $row_array['value'] = $row['lname']. .$row['fname'];

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I have implemented 'live search' many times, always using AJAX with querying the database (MySQL) and haven't had/observed any speed or large load issues yet.

Anyway I saw an implementations using Solr but cannot suggest whether it was quicker or consumed less resources.

It completely depends on the HW the server will run on, IMO. As I wrote somewhere, I had seen a server with very slow filesystem so implementing live search while reading and parsing from txt files (or using Solr) could be slower than when querying the database. On the other hand You can host on poor shared webhosting with slow DB connection (that gets even slower with more concurrent connections) so this won't be the best solution.

My suggestion: use MySQL with AJAX (look at this jquery plugin or this article), set proper INDEXes on the searched columns and if this is found slow You still can move to a txt file.

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This is fairly easy with jQuery. Just have your input detect $("input").keyup(function(){}); Then send a $getJson() request to a PHP script that queries your database. Then have PHP return a JSON string with the id,city and county. Load the JSON objects where you want.

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Above link's name server are failing so sorry for that ! Try if website admin sort out it !

The domain does not exist.

Ohh.. when i was trying to find something similar i got it from there !

Maybe a typo? Check the link again...

buddy name server are failing it means website have prob with their hosting ! link is perfect ! name servers are not found ! might be they are changing server or their hosting package is completed !

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You are looking for an "autocomplete" function. Try these tutorials for php + mysql:

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Your problem is that you are getting data slower than you expect. You are limited by the speed at which your database returns the results. I can suggest you following to speed up.

Love u buddy! This single line solved my problem (my app runs in local only) $dbh = new PDO('mysql:host=localhost;dbname=test', $user, $pass, array( PDO::ATTR_PERSISTENT => true ));

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i am not very sure but you can use wget and pass xml data...i.e you can build an xml string with the data you want to send across and then do a wget to the other site...hope this helps

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jQuery UI auto complete, you will need the do the server side interaction code though.

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First of all, Jonathan was right in suggesting to add wildcard('%') in the term. Your mistake was using the variable $student instead of $row (vice versa) in the loop.

$mydb = new mysqli('localhost', 'root', '', 'test');
$q = '%'.$_POST['term'].'%';
$stmt = $mydb->prepare(" SELECT * from products1 where title LIKE ? ");
echo $mydb->error;
$stmt->bind_param('s', $q);

$result = $stmt->get_result();
while ($row = $result->fetch_assoc()) {
        'value'=> $row["title"],
echo json_encode($json);

P.S.: Make sure your query works first. And, the columns you use in the $row['columnName'] actually exists.

Lol. That worked for me. Take note of my query. I didn't use the same as yours. (I'll edit it. Looks like you just copy-pasted.)

the prob was actually using $_POST instead of $_GET.

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You should always check it in "choose.php" (server-side) since the user can disable the JavaScript and post whatever they want in the inputs of your form

$college = mysql_real_escape_string($_GET['college']);
if ($college != "" || $college != null || $college != -1)
    //DO STUFF

So accordingly in search.php change the

$ac_term = "%".$_GET['term']."%";
$ac_term = "%". mysql_real_escape_string($_GET['term']) ."%";

You can also check the form before the user submit to just make it more user friendly (users don't want to wait couple of seconds for the page to gets refreshed with errors on it!)

function evtSubmit(e) {
  // code

var myform = document.myForm;
myform.setAttribute('action', 'javascript:evtSubmit();');

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its usually done with jquery or another ajax framework (e. g. mootools) and php/whatever server side language (e. g. asp, jsp, etc.) you decide to use to feed the ajax request.

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You have one issue at least in the code, which is that in getChiefJudgeContactDetails() you're mixing javascript with php. Mixing the two works fine if it's the first time you output a page and the code is on a PHP page. But if you're expecting the javascript to run PHP code every time a change event is triggered from the auto-complete, then that won't work.

Use the select event as others have stated, inside that, make a ajax request to a similar end point as your autocomplete but send it the value of your option (e.g. the ID value 2). Then use SQL in a PHP script to fetch the row for that id and return it as a json object. Parse the result and update UI in the jquery ajax call result handler.

jQuery(document).ready(function($) {
        select: function (event, ui) {
                type: POST,
                url: 'lookups/shows-sj-findtel.php',
                data: {id:id},
                success: function(data) {
                    details = $.parseJSON(data);

Instead of using the change option of the autocomplete, use select (as stated by other answers to your question). Also, instead of using a string ("id="+id) as your data, use a js object ({id:id}). jquery will handle serializing it correctly before sending to the server, the result being that it actually shows up as a post variable in your php script.

Also, as more of a side note, I would suggest looking into using the PDO driver ( to access your database instead of using the mysql_* commands. It's object oriented and also automatically provides safety features that are not available in the old commands, such as prevention of SQL injection attacks.

I have updated the code - as seen above - but I am obviously doing something wrong as it is not working. Can you see what it is or am I way off? Thanks, Craig.

Thanks Jens, I away all day today so I will try later on when I get in. Thanks again and I'll let you know how I get on.

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I believe you are referring to something along the lines of "autocomplete".

If that's what you want... you use JavaScript to make an AJAX request each time the user enters something in the input, and then also using JavaScript, display the results.

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Instead of using the plugin you have used, use the plugin available on following link :

Using this plugin you can get access to the data from database using php. It will work surely.

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  • Save data in hidden field
     alert($('#searchQuery').val()); //this will return final query
<input type="text" id="search">
<input type="hidden" id="searchQuery">

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You most likely need to speed up your database query. You'll have to do a couple of things to do that.

  • Unless you absolutely must match from the middle of the string, drop the leading % from your LIKE query to enable the index to be used. MySQL cannot effectively use the index with the leading wildcard.
  • If you must leave the leading % then set minLength to 3 in your jQuery. This will allow MySQL to use an optimizing algorithm on the pattern.

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First off, 5K in dropdowns, no way! Same for caching it in JS. My advice would be, try to investigate PHP, AJAX and MySQL. Then create an autocomplete system that allows for a non-mindblowing method to access the information.

Please read around, and if you can't figure stuff out, please come back and ask!

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change your url path like {$smarty.server.PHP_SELF | dirname}.balanceAj.php and you use get method in ajax function and get data using post method. If you use get method to send data (for get data $_GET[]) and Post method using (for get data $_post[])

Thanx Ankit ,But I Exactly Want To Display My Data Of Aj As A AutoComplete & For That I need To Store That In Var availableTags, But I Don't Know HOw To Retrive from Aj & Store In Var in Jquery.

ok sangna first of this id #partyBalance div blank after, call ajax refresh div automatically change div value. retrive from database.

I have alredy tried that. but i dont want to display my records ANYWHERE, but Only on autocomplete, in var availableTags . And I think I dont Need Aj for that. i have already my code in php file

How can i store my php records which i have selected from db in Var availableTags

using array variable you store all database record

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You can concatenate the columns (with an appropriate separator) within your SQL select statement, perhaps something like this:

"SELECT Concat(suburb, ' ', code) as label, suburb as value

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SELECT suburb as label, code as value
            FROM Sheet1
            WHERE suburb like '%$t%'
            LIMIT 25

this is exactly what i did.

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