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    Hi BitPoet, it is not forgotten. thank you again for your support, it all worked out in the end. your attached file was a great help to me.
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    It's spring break here and my kids are going back to school next week after being out for more than a year. Since it's a break week, the weather is great, and it's also the last week of the year-long covid break from school, I've spent a little less time at the computer this week. I've focused on some smaller module projects rather than the core. More specifically: posted a major update and refactor of the TextformatterHannaCode module, and a completely rewritten TextformatterVideoEmbed module. While making these updates, I've also made note of and attempted to resolve any reported issues in the GitHub repositories. Next week, it's back to the core, with both issue resolutions and pull requests scheduled for upcoming versions. Next week I also get my 2nd shot of covid vaccine, and I'm told it may slow me down a bit for a day, but will be well worth it. I had a day of tiredness from the 1st shot, but it was greatly outweighed by feelings of gratitude and reduction of worry. I highly recommend it as soon as you can get it, if you haven't already.
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    @markus_blue_tomato Great, glad to hear it's working well! @StanLindsey This would be very simple to add, I'll plan to add it this week. Question: would just an array of DB hosts be adequate, or would it need separate configuration (host plus db name, user, pass, port, etc.) for each of the readonly db hosts?
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    @hani, not sure about your query. But it is possible to write a SQL query that does compare two fields on pages. I'm no SQL guru either but I've done this in the past but didn't post. Here a example with two joins comparing two date fields on page: $query = "SELECT id FROM pages p LEFT JOIN field_mydate m1 ON p.id = m1.pages_id LEFT JOIN field_mydate2 m2 ON p.id = m2.pages_id WHERE m1.data > m2.data AND p.status < 2048"; $res = $db->query($query); $ids = array(); while($r = $res->fetch_array()) $ids[] = $r['id']; // fetch the ids $pa = $pages->getById($ids); // get pages foreach($pa as $p){ echo "<p>$p->title - $p->mydate - $p->mydate2</p>"; }
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