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Searching For Words - PHP

In this concluding article, find out how to add search features to your AWS-backed online store, and link your product pages up to Amazon.com's shopping carts and wish lists.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Using Amazon Web Services With PHP And SOAP (part 2)
  2. Rolling The Stones
  3. Searching For Words
  4. Drilling Deeper
  5. Riding The Popularity Metrics
  6. Bagging It
  7. Linking Out
By: icarus, (c) Melonfire
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November 13, 2002

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You might remember this page from the first part of this article:



You might also remember that I never got around to adding a search box. Let's do that now:

<?php // include class include("nusoap.php"); // create a instance of the SOAP client object $soapclient = new soapclient("http://soap.amazon.com/schemas2/AmazonWebServices.wsdl", true); // create a proxy so that WSDL methods can be accessed directly $proxy = $soapclient->getProxy(); // if no page specified, start with page 1 if (!$_GET['page']) { $page = 1; } else { $page = $_GET['page']; } // if keyword available, use it if ($_POST['keyword'] && $_POST['keyword'] != "") { $keyword = $_POST['keyword']; } if ($_GET['keyword'] && $_GET['keyword'] != "") { $keyword = $_GET['keyword']; } // if a keyword is present, do a keyword search if ($keyword) { $params = array( 'keyword' => htmlentities($keyword), 'page' => $page, 'mode' => 'books', 'tag' => 'melonfire-20', 'sort' => '+pmrank', 'type' => 'lite', 'devtag' => 'YOUR-TOKEN-HERE' ); // invoke the method $result = $proxy->KeywordSearchRequest($params); } else { // else perform a node browse $params = array( 'browse_node' => 18, 'page' => $page, 'mode' => 'books', 'tag' => 'melonfire-20', 'type' => 'lite', 'devtag' => 'YOUR-TOKEN-HERE' ); // invoke the method $result = $proxy->BrowseNodeSearchRequest($params); } $total = $result['TotalResults']; $items = $result['Details']; // format and display the results ?> <html> <head> <basefont face="Verdana"> </head> <body bgcolor="white"> <p>&nbsp;<p> <table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5"> <tr> <td bgcolor="Navy"><font color="white" size="-1"><b>Welcome to The Mystery Bookstore!</b></font></td> <td bgcolor="Navy" align="right"><font color="white" size="-1"><b><? echo date("d M Y", mktime());?></b></font></td> </tr> </table> <p> <table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr> <td>Browse the catalog below, or search for a specific title &nbsp;</td> <td><br><form method="post" action="<? echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>"><input type="text" name="keyword"></form></td> </tr> </table> <p> <table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="5" cellpadding="0"> <? foreach ($items as $i) { ?> <tr> <td align="center" valign="top" rowspan="3"><a href="<? echo $i['Url']; ?>"><img border="0" src=<? echo $i['ImageUrlSmall']; ?>></a></td> <td><font size="-1"><b><? echo $i['ProductName']; ?></b> / <? echo implode(", ", $i['Authors']); ?></font></td> </tr> <tr> <td align="left" valign="top"><font size="-1">List Price: <? echo $i['ListPrice']; ?> / Amazon.com Price: <? echo $i['OurPrice']; ?></font></td> </tr> <tr> <td align="left" valign="top"><font size="-1"><a href="<? echo $i['Url']; ?>">Read more about this title on Amazon.com</a></font></td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan=2>&nbsp;</td> </tr> <? } ?> </table> <!-- next and prev page links --> <? $pageCount = ceil($total/10); ?> <table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5"> <tr> <td align="left"> <? if ($page != 1) { ?> <a href="<? echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>?page=<? echo $page-1; ?>&keyword=<? echo $keyword; ?>">Previous page</a> <? } ?> &nbsp; </td> <td align="center">Page <? echo $page; ?> of <? echo $pageCount; ?></td> <td align="right"> &nbsp; <? if ($page < $pageCount) { ?> <a href="<? echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>?page=<? echo $page+1; ?>&keyword=<? echo $keyword; ?>">Next page</a> <? } ?> </td> </tr> </table> </body> </html>
As you can see, this is pretty simple - I've added a small input box for the user to enter a search term, and modified the form processor to check for a keyword and run a KeywordSearchRequest() if it's present, or a BrowseNodeSearchRequest() for the default node if it isn't. The next and previous page links also now pass an additional "keyword" parameter back and forth, so that the user can page through either the product catalog returned by BrowseNodeSearchRequest() or the result set returned by KeywordSearchRequest().

Here are a couple of screenshots demonstrating what the final result looks like:



 
 
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