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I have a the following query:

function background_audio_file_query($path) {
  $result = db_query("SELECT uri
    FROM `file_managed`
    WHERE `filemime` = 'audio/mpeg'
    LIMIT 1 , 30",
    array(':uri'=>$path))->fetch();

return $result;
}

How can I pass this to a Drupal variable? I am assuming variable_set() but I am having trouble with the syntax. Could anyone lend a hand?

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If you want to set a variable with the URI returned from the query, you just execute code similar to the following one:

variable_set('variable name', $result->uri);

Replace "variable name" with the name you want to give to the Drupal variable, which is the same one you pass to variable_get().

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  • In that way, the value name is always 'variable name', not the actual variable name ;) – Chris Burgess Feb 23 '12 at 21:27
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Once you have your result, variable_set syntax is simply name, value:

variable_set('background_audio', 'meep.au');

Does that answer your question?

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  • In that way, the value is always "meep.au" not the result from the query. – kiamlaluno Feb 22 '12 at 6:54

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