I'm building a reverse auction style site.
I have two tables bid table and proposal table.
I'm trying to print to screen all the proposals made by a particular user!
The problem is that only those proposals that have bids made on them are printing to screen.
$result = mysql_query("SELECT proposal.*, count(bid.proposalid) AS bids,SYSDATE(), TIME_FORMAT(TIMEDIFF(tomorrowtime, SYSDATE()), '%H hours, %i minutes') AS timeleft
LEFT JOIN bid ON proposal.proposalid = bid.proposalid
WHERE proposal.username = '$username' AND proposal.time > NOW()- INTERVAL 1 DAY
GROUP BY bid.proposalid");
So for example if four proposals are made by a user, I want all four to be printed, however at the moment the situation is that if only two of them have bids on those two bids are the only two that get printed!
I'm pretty sure its something to do with the group by statement as when I remove it, it seems to work fine, but I consequently lose the critical "count bids" info.
Does anyone have any ideas how I can fix this?