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  • Oddly, I posted a followup post last night but it’s completely disappeared…..I still really need help with this please!

    I’ve monkeyed around with the code a bit, and now I have it where it displays ALL the repeater field values from the wp_postmeta table, regardless of the Post they are attached to – this is NOT what I want. I want just the values associated with the Post I’m viewing, on which the GF form appears.

    I have a Custom Post Type called “Resorts”, and on each Resort Page I have a repeater field to list the room types available for that resort (e.g. Deluxe, Suite, Oceanview, etc.). Each Resort has different room types.

    On the (front end) Resort Page, I can display those room types just fine along with the rest of the resort info. ALSO on that Page is a (Gravity) Form for the site visitor to choose a room type and dates and get a price quote. The “room types” is a drop-down field that is supposed to auto-populate with the values from the repeater field.

    SO the list of room types to choose from should be isolated to just that Resort – and it’s not, my drop down list is very long and includes ALL of the room types from ALL resorts…..aaargh!

    I am NOT a coder, just trying to piece this together using examples from this website that don’t really fit – the examples are mostly for showing ALL field values, such as the “Diplay all images” example.

    SO here is the code I’m using now – can someone PLEASE tell me how to modify this to ONLY show the repeater field values in the form dropdown from the one POST I’m viewing?

    add_filter("gform_pre_render_3", "dynamic_populate");
    function dynamic_populate($form) {
        foreach($form['fields'] as &$field){
            if(strpos($field['cssClass'], 'dynamicfield') === false)
            //Condition : each field which has the class dynamicfield (example). If it doesn't then, continue ! Don't forget to add a class to the field you want to dynamically populate in your form. 
            global $wpdb;	
    	    $rows = $wpdb->get_results($wpdb->prepare( 
                SELECT *
                FROM wp_postmeta
                WHERE meta_key LIKE %s 
            $choices = array(array('text' => 'Select Room Type', 'value' => ' '));
            //Default choice for dynamic select field. Value is blank, so if it's required it won't validate.
            if( $rows ){
                foreach( $rows as $row ) {
                //If there are results, for each result, find the 'repeater row number'
                    preg_match('_([0-9]+)_', $row->meta_key, $matches);
                    $meta_key = 'room_types_' . $matches[0] . '_room_type';
                    $value = get_post_meta( $row->post_id, $meta_key, true );
                    //Get the subfield value from the row.
                    $choices[] = array('text' => $value, 'value' => $value);
                    //Create an option array for each subfield value.
            $field->choices = $choices;
            //Once we've looped through all of the subfields values and created all of our options, we assign the $choices array (which has all of our new options) to the $field choices property.
        return $form;
        //Display the new dynamically populated form.