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Just wanted to post my code as an update on how I did this in case anyone is ever interested in the same thing: The trick was in my SQL statement...
my $sth = $dbh->prepare( " select t.id,t.user,t.email,t.status,t.date,t.req_date, ( SELECT GROUP_CONCAT( (case when status = 'Approved' then user + end) separator ', ') FROM requests s WHERE s.date = t.date) AS approved FROM requests t WHERE status = 'Pending' AND req_email = '$email' AND date >= '$date' ORDER BY employee,date " ); $sth->execute(); my $reqs; push @{$reqs}, $_ while $_ = $sth->fetchrow_hashref(); my $template = HTML::Template->new( filename => 'approve.html' + ); $template->param( REQS => $reqs, ); print $template->output();
And here's my template code:
<TMPL_IF REQS> <form> <table class=approve> <tr> <th class=approve>Approve</th> <th class=approve>Decline</th> <th class=approve>Date</th> <th class=approve>Employee</th> <th class=approve>Status</th> <th class=approve>Request Date</th> </tr> <TMPL_LOOP NAME=REQS> <tr class=approve> <td class=approve><input type=radio name=apid<TMPL +_VAR NAME=ID> value=Approved></td> <td class=approve><input type=radio name=apid<TMPL +_VAR NAME=ID> value=Declined></td> <td class=approve> <TMPL_IF NAME=APPROVED> <span class="hotspot" onmouseover="tooltip +.show('<strong>Approved Vacation Requests</strong><br /><TMPL_VAR NAM +E=APPROVED>');" onmouseout="tooltip.hide();"> </TMPL_IF> <TMPL_VAR NAME=DATE> <TMPL_IF NAME=APPROVED> </span> <script type="text/javascript" language="j +avascript" src="js/script.js"></script> </TMPL_IF> </td> <td class=approve><TMPL_VAR NAME=USER></td> <td class=approve><TMPL_VAR NAME=STATUS></td> <td class=approve><TMPL_VAR NAME=REQ_DATE></td> <input type=hidden value=<TMPL_VAR EMAIL> name=emp +_email<TMPL_VAR NAME=ID>> <input type=hidden value=<TMPL_VAR EMPLOYEE> name= +emp_name<TMPL_VAR NAME=ID>> <input type=hidden value=<TMPL_VAR DATE> name=date +<TMPL_VAR NAME=ID>> </tr> </TMPL_LOOP> <tr class=approve> <th class=approve colspan=6> <input type=submit value="Approve / Decline"> <input type=hidden value=process name=state> </th> </tr> </table> </form> <TMPL_ELSE> <br /><b>There are no pending requests!</b><br /> </TMPL_IF>

In reply to Re^3: HTML::Template if key of hash matches value of hash. by walkingthecow
in thread HTML::Template if key of hash matches value of hash. by walkingthecow

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