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Count number of search results
by Mot235
13 Mar 2022 13:58

Hi is there a way for me to be about to count the number of search results returned from a searchJSON to pass into a variable that I can display to users.

I'm trying to do this as a way to display post counts each user has in a specific topic and this is where I am stuck.

Any help would be amazing.


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So far I have been able to generate the search to pull every post a user has in a specific topic in this snippet.

Dr.CustUmz 13 Mar 2022 17:39

Im not good with json, or vb4 for that matter, but I literally JUST finished making a product that one of the features is grabbing the count of post a user has made in a thread. So if its of any help, or gets you in the right direction take a look at this product for vb4 that is able to pull post count of a user in a thread (its what i just used as my vb3 base). hopefully it will help.

https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=285293

Mot235 13 Mar 2022 17:51

Thanks, unfortunatly with vb5 they got rid of some of the critical pieces that made the old way this was done. One of them being in the admincp/misc.php as well as changing what a "thread" is and restructuring the forum so that its easier to store in the database without bogging it down.

https://vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=328571

Thats why I'm trying to find different ways to go about solving this. I appreciate the quick response tho.

--------------- Added 14 Mar 2022 at 02:06 ---------------

Owell you have inspired me tho I do need to get out of my comfort zone and try another strategy and get into building something more significant.


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This should do the same thing essentially just gotta build off it

delicjous 14 Mar 2022 09:08

I would do that directly in a new template and do a search via the API search, getInitialResults.
Then you get an array containing all the required values. Also the number of posts.

Just look at the templates for an example:
widget_blognodes
widget_search_results

..and use debugvardump to get dump of the array.

Edit: Your query is not taking care of any permission or closed status. The search will ...


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