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Re: Ordering the Links RECIP, COOL, NEW, ALPHA

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Yes I have defined everything and it seems no matter what I do, the order always stays the same. I even switched isNew with isRecip and everthing is still the same, so I'm assuming its not a problem with the db util

Let me show you my link.def file (I changed it to priority)
# -------------
# Links
# -------------
# Links Manager
#
# File: links.def
# Description: Contains the database definition for links.
# Author: Alex Krohn
# Email: alex@gossamer-threads.com
# Web: http://www.gossamer-threads.com/
# Version: 2.01
#
# (c) 1998 Gossamer Threads Inc.
#
# This script is not freeware! Please read the README for full details
# on registration and terms of use.
# =====================================================================

# Database Definition: LINKS
# --------------------------------------------------------
# Definition of your database file.
%db_def = (
ID => [0, 'numer', 5, 8, 1, '', ''],
Title => [1, 'alpha', 40, 75, 1, '', ''],
URL => [2, 'alpha', 40, 75, 1, 'http://', '^http|news|mailto|ftp'],
Date => [3, 'date', 15, 15, 1, \&get_date, ''],
Category => [4, 'alpha', 0, 150, 1, '', ''],
AltCategories => [5, 'alpha', 0, 500, 0, '', ''],
Description => [6, 'alpha', '40x3', 500, 0, '', ''],
'Contact Name' => [7, 'alpha', 40, 75, 1, '', ''],
'Contact Email' => [8, 'alpha', 40, 75, 1, '', '.+@.+\..+'],
Hits => [9, 'numer', 10, 10, 1, '0', '\d+'],
isNew => [10, 'alpha', 0, 5, 0, 'No', ''],
isPopular => [11, 'alpha', 0, 5, 0, 'No', ''],
Rating => [12, 'numer', 10, 10, 1, 0, '^[\d\.]+$'],
Votes => [13, 'numer', 10, 10, 1, 0, '^\d+$'],
ReceiveMail => [14, 'alpha', 10, 10, 1, 'Yes', 'No|Yes'],
recip => [15, 'alpha', 40, 75, 0, '', '^http|news|mailto|ftp'],
Priority => [16, 'alpha', 0, 5, 1, 'No', 'No|Yes']

);

# Database file to use -- defined in links.cfg.
$db_file_name = $db_links_name;
# Counter file to use -- defined in links.cfg.
$db_id_file_name = $db_links_id_file_name;
# The column name for the database key.
$db_key = 'ID';
# Database delimeter.
$db_delim = '|';
# Title used in admin output.
$html_title = 'Links Database';
$html_object = 'Link';

# Field Number of some important fields. The number is from %db_def above
# where the first field equals 0.
$db_alt = 5; $db_Priority = 16;
$db_category = 4; $db_modified = 3; $db_url = 2;
$db_hits = 9; $db_isnew = 10; $db_ispop = 11;
$db_contact_name = 7; $db_contact_email = 8; $db_title = 1;
$db_votes = 13; $db_rating = 12; $db_mail = 14;

# Field number to sort links by:
$db_sort_links = 1;

# Field names you want to allow visitors to search on:
@search_fields = (1,5,2,4,6);

# System defaults. When adding new links or modifying links, these fields
# can not be overwritten by a user.
%add_system_fields = (
isNew => 'No',
isPopular => 'No',
Hits => '0',
Priority => 'No',
Rating => 0,
Votes => 0,
ReceiveMail => 'Yes'

);

# Hash of column names to possible options. If you want to use a select form
# field, you can use &build_select_field in your HTML page. This routine will
# make a <SELECT> input tag using the following values:
%db_select_fields = (
isNew => 'Yes,No',
isPopular => 'Yes,No',
ReceiveMail => 'Yes,No',
Priority => 'Yes,No'
);

# Hash of column names to radio values. If you use &build_radio_field, it will
# make a <INPUT TYPE="RADIO"> tag for you using the options specified in the hash.
%db_radio_fields = ( );

# Maximum number of hits returned in a search. Can be overridden in the search
# options.
$db_max_hits = 20;

# Use the built in key tracker.
$db_key_track = 1;

# ===========================================================================
# Build up some variables from your definitions. Internal use only.
@db_cols = ();
foreach (sort { $db_def{$a}[0] <=> $db_def{$b}[0] } keys %db_def) {
push (@db_cols, $_);
$db_sort{$_} = $db_def{$_}[1];
$db_form_len{$_} = $db_def{$_}[2];
$db_lengths{$_} = $db_def{$_}[3];
$db_not_null{$_} = $db_def{$_}[4];
$db_defaults{$_} = $db_def{$_}[5];
$db_valid_types{$_} = $db_def{$_}[6];
($_ eq $db_key) and $db_key_pos = $db_def{$_}[0];
}

1;
Is there anything wrong with it?



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