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"where_not_in" -- Am I an idiot?

#1
[eluser]Daniel Walton[/eluser]
Hi, i'm using the active record class as such:

Code:
$this->db->where_not_in('id', $id);

...

Code:
$this->db->get('the_table');

Which should be excluding that particular ID from the result, right? Wrong - all ids are coming back Sad What could be wrong?

#2
[eluser]johnwbaxter[/eluser]
Is it because you need to pass it an array as the second value (even if the array only holds one value)?

#3
[eluser]Daniel Walton[/eluser]
Ahh, my bad. Knew it had to be something simple.

/Thx

#4
[eluser]Phil Sturgeon[/eluser]
audiopleb is right. where_not_in() in used to create SQL such as WHERE id NOT IN('2', '42', '35') etc.

You need to either use:

Code:
$this->db->where('id !=', $id);

// or

$this->db->where_not_in('id', array($id));

In this example, the first would make more sense.

#5
[eluser]Daniel Walton[/eluser]
Yup yup, made a simple is_array() check in my application now to call either or.


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