Displaying recent entries from chlid HubDB

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Philip_Marsh
Contributor

Hi,

I have a parent database, that has 3/4 child DB's sitting underneath it. What I need is the page to pull in the 5 most recent entries and display them in a list. 

 

I'm using the following code, but it doesn't appear to be working.

 

The code is meant to create an array, pulling in all entries across the child DBs, sort by date created, and then loop through 5 times and spit out the 5 latest entries. 

 

What am I missing?

 

			{% set childCombineArr = [] %}
			{% for row in hubdb_table_rows(dynamic_page_hubdb_table_id, queryparam) %}
			{% if row.hs_child_table_id %}
				{% set child_table = hubdb_table_rows(row.hs_child_table_id) %}
				{% for row in child_table %}
					{% set timeAdded = row.createdAt %}
					{% do childCombineArr.append({'timeAdded': timeAdded, 'row': row}) %}
				{% endfor %}
			{% endif %}
		{% endfor %}
		{% for item in childCombineArr|sort(True, False, 'timeAdded') %}
			{% if loop.index <= 5 %}
				{% set row = item.row %}
				{{row.name}}
			{% endif %}
		{% endfor %}

 

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piersg
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@dennisedson I'm pretty sure this is based off my code which I've provided on the forum before haha.

 

@Philip_Marsh You want row.hs_created_at not row.createdAt so 

{% set timeAdded = row.hs_created_at %}

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dennisedson
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@piersg , @amwilie -- see anything funky here?

Thanks,

Dennis




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piersg
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@dennisedson I'm pretty sure this is based off my code which I've provided on the forum before haha.

 

@Philip_Marsh You want row.hs_created_at not row.createdAt so 

{% set timeAdded = row.hs_created_at %}

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dennisedson
Community Manager

@piersg  we need a code collection area for the Community 👀

Thanks,

Dennis




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Philip_Marsh
Contributor

I just checked and yes it is your code. Thank you for supplying it originally. 

 

Thank you! That's fixed the issue. Now I just need to style it accordingly.