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    Assigning Form Data To Different User ID Each Time?

    Hi All,
    The title may be a bit confusing. I believe this needs some explanation, hehe. Thanks ahead of time to anyone that reads!

    I have a recruitment system that I built with Code Igniter. Basically it is a database of insurance agent leads. We have several "Marketers" who add leads manually. I also built several email blasts that we send out to a list of insurance agents, the email blasts include a link, once the link is clicked it brings them to a page with a pop-up form to fill out for more information on the product. Right now, once that form is filled out I just have it send an email to me, and we manually disperse each lead to different marketers through the system manually.

    My goal is to take the lead from the email form and insert it into my recruitment system database. The only confusing part, that I can't seem to wrap my head around. Is how do I go about randomly selecting a marketer and assigning it to that person? I have a table called `users` and in there, there is a column for id. Is there a way, to select all these ID's and assign each new lead that comes into the system to a different ID each time? I know I could accomplish this by randomly picking an ID that is in the system. But I don't want to skip any of the marketers and if I'm not mistaken, randomly picking a marketer id could potentially assign a lead to that same marketer twice, rather than go through each marketer and assign a new lead to each one. I would like it to be as fair as possible if that makes any sense?

    Sorry if this makes no sense. But I would appreciate any guidance. I'm not asking for the code, just some guidance as I am lost myself!

    Thanks guys,
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    Gah.. Was it that bad of an explanation! =P
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    Hi Michael,

    What about when a new lead comes in, select a list of marketers from the DB, along with a field for their current lead count in ascending order, and pick the first from the list? This way the leads should be distributed equally. If you also sorted on another field (ID, perhaps) once all marketers have been assigned a lead, it should come full circle and give you the first marketer again. That seems like it would ensure a fair distribution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fretburner View Post
    Hi Michael,

    What about when a new lead comes in, select a list of marketers from the DB, along with a field for their current lead count in ascending order, and pick the first from the list? This way the leads should be distributed equally. If you also sorted on another field (ID, perhaps) once all marketers have been assigned a lead, it should come full circle and give you the first marketer again. That seems like it would ensure a fair distribution.
    Great idea! Do you know of any code examples where a process similar to this has been ran? I just haven't created something like this. Although I believe I know how and where to start, a little push in the right direction can't hurt.

    Thanks!
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    Going by what I saw of your DB structure in another post, this query should do it I think:
    Code SQL:
    SELECT users.id FROM users, lead_details
    WHERE users.id = lead_details.marketer_id
    GROUP BY lead_details.marketer_id
    ORDER BY COUNT(lead_id), users.id
    LIMIT 1
    Last edited by fretburner; Jun 20, 2013 at 06:46. Reason: Removed redundant fields from query

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    Quote Originally Posted by fretburner View Post
    Going by what I saw of your DB structure in another post, this query should do it I think:
    Code SQL:
    SELECT users.id FROM users, lead_details
    WHERE users.id = lead_details.marketer_id
    GROUP BY lead_details.marketer_id
    ORDER BY COUNT(lead_id), users.id
    LIMIT 1
    Perfect. Now at the moment actual lead counts are not the same for each marketer. Some marketer may have 5,000 leads and another may have 200. Would it be best for me to just create a new column in the users table, titled something like 'lead_count' and just set it at 1 for each marketer? Because the way I see it, I won't use this lead_count column for anything other than this lead distribution?
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    I wouldn't go by a count. You've discovered why, and adding a new count would work temporarily but consider what happens there when you add a new user. Plus other issues can interfere such as removing leads or who knows what you'll want in the future.

    If you want to be fair in the dispersing of leads, you'll want an ordered list of users and a way to know where you are in the list. You do already have an ordered list of users in your `users` table and I think creating a separate list would not be needed for this task.

    So now you just need a way to know who gets the next one. One way would be to have a boolean column such as `last_lead` or maybe `next_lead` where only one user at any time would have that set to 1. There are some "gotchas" with this method but you can plan for them. It feels a little dirty to add such a column but maybe it's fine.

    You could also look at the leads to determine who got the last one and go from there, but in the case where leads gets removed, that user gets two in a row. But maybe that's not an issue for you.
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    Good points QMonkey, I hadn't thought through those scenarios. In that case, what about adding a datetime field to the user for 'last_lead_assigned' or similar.. if you sort the field by oldest first and work through, that should be a fair distribution. Any new marketers would get a zero value (0000-00-00 00:00:00) which would put them next in line for a lead when one comes in.

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    That sounds like a good idea. I've done something similar in the past though I just stored a unix timestamp (it's what we did in that project).
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    Thanks a lot for these ideas. I'm going to go with the datetime field and I've added a column titled `last_lead_assigned` to the users table. Now by default everyone is at 0000-00-00 which makes sense. But in my PHP, I'm a bit confused as to how I would start this process of the lead distribution in regards to selecting a marketer to assign this to, since everyone at the moment is at 0000-00-00 I can't really ORDER BY anything particular? Or can I and am just having a brain fart here? I guess my question now is, how do I get the ball rolling?
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    You can just do:
    Code MySQL:
    SELECT id FROM users
    ORDER BY last_lead_assigned
    LIMIT 1
    You can still order by last_lead_assigned, even though the value will be the same across all rows. As soon as you start assigning leads, those rows will drop to the bottom of the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fretburner View Post
    You can just do:
    Code MySQL:
    SELECT id FROM users
    ORDER BY last_lead_assigned
    LIMIT 1
    You can still order by last_lead_assigned, even though the value will be the same across all rows. As soon as you start assigning leads, those rows will drop to the bottom of the list.
    This is what I have at the moment:

    Code:
    <?php
    
    
    require_once 'admin/includes/config.php';
    
    
    $sql = "
            SELECT users.id FROM users
            ORDER BY last_lead_assigned
            LIMIT 1
            ";
            
    $findMarketer = mysql_query($sql) or die(mysql_error()); 
        foreach ($findMarketer as $row) {
            $marketer = $row['id'];    
        }
    
    
    if($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST') {
        
        $firstname = $_POST['txtFirstName']; 
        $lastname = $_POST['txtLastName']; 
        $email = $_POST['EmailName']; 
        $telephone1 = $_POST['telephone1']; 
        $telephone2 = $_POST['telephone2'];
        $telephone3 = $_POST['telephone3'];
        $date = date("m/d/y H:i:s");
        $lead_type = 46;
        $contracted = "Not Called";
        $marketer_id = $marketer;
        
        $telephone = $telephone1."-".$telephone2."-".$telephone3;
        
        $con = mysql_connect("localhost",$dbuser,$dbpass); //database connection
            
                // Select the database
                mysql_select_db($dbname,$con);
                
                // Define the query
                $query = "INSERT INTO `lead_details` (
                    lead_type,
                    first_name,
                    last_name,
                    phone,
                    email,
                    date_created,
                    marketer_id,
                    contracted,
                    last_inserted
                )
                VALUES (
                    '$lead_type',
                    '$firstname',
                    '$lastname',
                    '$telephone',
                    '$email',
                    '$date',
                    '$marketer_id',
                    '$contracted',
                    '$date'
                )";
                
                $last_lead .= "
                UPDATE users SET last_lead_assigned=$date
                WHERE id=$marketer_id
                ";
                            
                // Go            
                $result = mysql_query($query) or die(mysql_error()); 
                $lead_lead = mysql_query($last_lead) or die(mysql_error());
                
                if($result && $lead_lead) {    
                
                // If lead was added to database, send notification of lead to marketer.    
                $to = ' '; 
                $subject = 'New Lead - AutoForm'; 
                $headers .= "Reply-To: >\r\n"; 
                $headers .= "Return-Path: \r\n"; 
                $headers .= "From: Free Sales System <lead@freesalessystem.com>\r\n"; 
                $headers .= "Organization: Sender Organization\r\n";
                $headers .= "MIME-Version: 1.0\r\n";
                $headers .= "Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1\r\n";
                $headers .= "X-Priority: 3\r\n";
                $headers .= "X-Mailer: PHP". phpversion() ."\r\n"; 
                
                /* BCC LIST */
                $headers .= 'Bcc: ' . "\r\n";             
                
                /* CONTENT OF MESSAGE */
                $body = "Name: ".$_POST["txtFirstName"]." ".$_POST["txtLastName"]."\n"; 
                $body .= "Email: ".$_POST["EmailName"]."\n"; 
                $body .= "Phone: ".$telephone."\n"; 
                mail($to, $subject, $body, $headers) or die ("Failure");             
                
                // Redirect to the page, and let lead have access.        
                
                header('Location: ./');
                            
                // Close the database connection.
                mysql_close();
                }
                else {
                    echo("Insert Failed");
                }            
                // End Database Insert & Sending of Email    
            
    }
            
    ?>
    Is this something that would work? With both selecting that marketer and then updating the last_lead_assigned?
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    After running with this code. Data is being inserted, however I am for some reason not getting a marketer_id from that sql query. So the marketer_id field has been left empty. Going to keep trying though, thanks everyone for your help!
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    Can you try running the query in phpMyAdmin or whatever you use for your DB admin, and see if you get any results?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fretburner View Post
    Can you try running the query in phpMyAdmin or whatever you use for your DB admin, and see if you get any results?
    Well I have it selecting the marketer_id just fine now and it inserts the lead just fine, with a marketer_id however it breaks when the script gets to the UDPATE section. Apparently my syntax is wrong but I can't seem to spot it. Am I doing something wrong here with the UPDATE? Here is the error followed by my code:

    You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '12:18:29 WHERE id=3' at line 1

    Code:
    <?php
    
    
    require_once 'admin/includes/config.php';
    
    
    if($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST') {
    	
    	$firstname = $_POST['txtFirstName']; 
    	$lastname = $_POST['txtLastName']; 
    	$email = $_POST['EmailName']; 
    	$telephone1 = $_POST['telephone1']; 
    	$telephone2 = $_POST['telephone2'];
    	$telephone3 = $_POST['telephone3'];
    	$date = date("m-d-Y H:i:s");
    	$lead_type = 46;
    	$contracted = "Not Called";
    	
    	$telephone = $telephone1."-".$telephone2."-".$telephone3;
    	
    	$con = mysql_connect("localhost",$dbuser,$dbpass); //database connection
    	
    	$sql = "
    		SELECT id FROM users
    		ORDER BY last_lead_assigned
    		LIMIT 1
    		";
    		
    	$findMarketer = mysql_query($sql) or die(mysql_error()); 
    	 while($row = mysql_fetch_array( $findMarketer ))
    		{
    			$marketer = $row['id'];	
    		}
    		
    			// Select the database
    			mysql_select_db($dbname,$con);
    			
    			// Define the query
    			$query = "INSERT INTO `lead_details` (
    				lead_type,
                    first_name,
                    last_name,
                    phone,
                    email,
    				date_created,
    				marketer_id,
    				contracted,
    				last_inserted
                )
                VALUES (
    				'$lead_type',
    				'$firstname',
    				'$lastname',
    				'$telephone',
    				'$email',
    				'$date',
    				'$marketer',
    				'$contracted',
    				'$date'
                )";
    			
    			$last_lead = "
    			UPDATE `users` SET last_lead_assigned=".$date."
    			WHERE id=$marketer";
    						
    			// Go			
    			$result = mysql_query($query) or die(mysql_error()); 
    			$lead_lead = mysql_query($last_lead) or die(mysql_error());
    			
    			if($result && $lead_lead) {	
    			
    			// If lead was added to database, send notification of lead to marketer.	
    			$to = ''; 
    			$subject = 'New Lead - AutoForm'; 
    			$headers .= "Reply-To: Free Sales System <>\r\n"; 
    			$headers .= "Return-Path: Free Sales System <>\r\n"; 
    			$headers .= "From: Free Sales System <lead@freesalessystem.com>\r\n"; 
    			$headers .= "Organization: Sender Organization\r\n";
    			$headers .= "MIME-Version: 1.0\r\n";
    			$headers .= "Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1\r\n";
    			$headers .= "X-Priority: 3\r\n";
    			$headers .= "X-Mailer: PHP". phpversion() ."\r\n"; 
    			
    			/* BCC LIST */
    			$headers .= 'Bcc: ' . "\r\n"; 			
    			
    			/* CONTENT OF MESSAGE */
    			$body = "Name: ".$_POST["txtFirstName"]." ".$_POST["txtLastName"]."\n"; 
    			$body .= "Email: ".$_POST["EmailName"]."\n"; 
    			$body .= "Phone: ".$telephone."\n"; 
    			mail($to, $subject, $body, $headers) or die ("Failure"); 			
    			
    			// Redirect to the page, and let lead have access.		
    			
    			header('Location: ./');
    						
    			// Close the database connection.
    			mysql_close();
    			}
    			else {
    				echo("Insert Failed");
    			}			
    			// End Database Insert & Sending of Email	
    		
    }
    		
    ?>
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    I've changed up the date variable to no longer include the time and just date and that seemed to allow the script to run. But nothing is happening with the users table. I don't see the last_lead_assigned column being updated?
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    I think the problem might be the date format that you're using. You've got
    PHP Code:
    $date date("m-d-Y H:i:s"); 
    and I think the MySQL format needs to be
    PHP Code:
    $date date("Y-m-d H:i:s"); 

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    Quote Originally Posted by fretburner View Post
    I think the problem might be the date format that you're using. You've got
    PHP Code:
    $date date("m-d-Y H:i:s"); 
    and I think the MySQL format needs to be
    PHP Code:
    $date date("Y-m-d H:i:s"); 
    Yeah, that is what I had just changed. But it still seems to run through the script just fine, inserts the lead, but doesn't seem to update the users table. Very odd.
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    structure.jpg

    That is the structure if it helps any? Not sure what I am doing wrong here.

    It seems as if I take off the time from the date it goes through, but doesn't update.
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    Helps if I have DATETIME as the type rather than just DATE. However that didn't seem to do it either.
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    No clue what I am doing wrong. I'm receiving the same error now with the following code and the column 'last_lead_assigned' is set to DATETIME:

    You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '13:07:28 WHERE id=3' at line 1

    Code:
    <?php
    
    
    require_once 'admin/includes/config.php';
    
    
    if($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST') {
        
        $firstname = $_POST['txtFirstName']; 
        $lastname = $_POST['txtLastName']; 
        $email = $_POST['EmailName']; 
        $telephone1 = $_POST['telephone1']; 
        $telephone2 = $_POST['telephone2'];
        $telephone3 = $_POST['telephone3'];
        $date = date("m-d-Y H:i:s");
        $assigned_lead = date("Y-m-d H:i:s"); 
        $lead_type = 46;
        $contracted = "Not Called";
        
        $telephone = $telephone1."-".$telephone2."-".$telephone3;
        
        $con = mysql_connect("localhost",$dbuser,$dbpass); //database connection
        
        $sql = "
            SELECT id FROM users
            ORDER BY last_lead_assigned
            LIMIT 1
            ";
            
        $findMarketer = mysql_query($sql) or die(mysql_error()); 
         while($row = mysql_fetch_array( $findMarketer ))
            {
                $marketer = $row['id'];    
            }
            
                // Select the database
                mysql_select_db($dbname,$con);
                
                // Define the query
                $query = "INSERT INTO `lead_details` (
                    lead_type,
                    first_name,
                    last_name,
                    phone,
                    email,
                    date_created,
                    marketer_id,
                    contracted,
                    last_inserted
                )
                VALUES (
                    '$lead_type',
                    '$firstname',
                    '$lastname',
                    '$telephone',
                    '$email',
                    '$date',
                    '$marketer',
                    '$contracted',
                    '$date'
                )";
                
                $last_lead = "
                UPDATE `users` SET last_lead_assigned=".$assigned_lead."
                WHERE id=".$marketer."";
                            
                // Go            
                $result = mysql_query($query) or die(mysql_error()); 
                $lead_lead = mysql_query($last_lead) or die(mysql_error());
                
                if($result && $lead_lead) {    
                
                // If lead was added to database, send notification of lead to marketer.    
                $to = ''; 
                $subject = 'New Lead - AutoForm'; 
                $headers .= "Reply-To: Free Sales System <>\r\n"; 
                $headers .= "Return-Path: Free Sales System <>\r\n"; 
                $headers .= "From: Free Sales System <>\r\n"; 
                $headers .= "Organization: Sender Organization\r\n";
                $headers .= "MIME-Version: 1.0\r\n";
                $headers .= "Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1\r\n";
                $headers .= "X-Priority: 3\r\n";
                $headers .= "X-Mailer: PHP". phpversion() ."\r\n"; 
                
                /* BCC LIST */
                $headers .= 'Bcc: ' . "\r\n";             
                
                /* CONTENT OF MESSAGE */
                $body = "Name: ".$_POST["txtFirstName"]." ".$_POST["txtLastName"]."\n"; 
                $body .= "Email: ".$_POST["EmailName"]."\n"; 
                $body .= "Phone: ".$telephone."\n"; 
                mail($to, $subject, $body, $headers) or die ("Failure");             
                
                // Redirect to the page, and let lead have access.        
                
                header('Location: ./');
                            
                // Close the database connection.
                mysql_close();
                }
                else {
                    echo("Insert Failed");
                }            
                // End Database Insert & Sending of Email    
            
    }
            
    ?>


    Yet I am receiving a SQL Error?
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    I'm not sure it'll make all that much difference, but you could try altering your UPDATE statement to this:
    PHP Code:
    $last_lead "UPDATE `users` SET last_lead_assigned = NOW() WHERE id = ".$marketer
    (NOW() is a MySQL function that outputs the current datetime.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fretburner View Post
    I'm not sure it'll make all that much difference, but you could try altering your UPDATE statement to this:
    PHP Code:
    $last_lead "UPDATE `users` SET last_lead_assigned = NOW() WHERE id = ".$marketer
    (NOW() is a MySQL function that outputs the current datetime.)
    Yeah I ended up saying screw it and just went with now() a while ago and it works perfectly. The system and lead distribution is working just as I wanted it. Thanks to everyone for helping me brainstorm and solve this puzzle of mine. Exactly why I love communities like this!
    Michael John Froseth
    Freelance Web Developer | MichaelFroseth | dotCom


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