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yes it's possible. You need to get the route's aircraft, put it in a function to see if it's enabled. The results will be 0 for disabled or 1 for enabled then you say if the route's aircraft enabled is equal to 0 (disabled) then continue showing the next route meaning hiding the route from the results. :D

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Try this:

1. In your OperationsData.class.php add the following function:


public function get_aircraft_by_name($name)
 {
  $sql = "SELECT * FROM phpvms_aircraft WHERE name='$name'";
  return DB::get_row($sql);
 }

2. In your schedule_results.tpl after "foreach" loop add the following:


$enable = OperationsData::get_aircraft_by_name($route->aircraft);

if($enable->enabled == "0")
  {
  continue;
  }

I have not tested this so just give it a try and if it has an issue let me know. ;)

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it works but I think I must get aircraft by registration

since I have many 737-700 all activated except one that is nigeria registrated think I have to go over ID as it is in both

which also show up! with that code any idea?

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The code is looking for all aircraft that has the same name and checks if they're enabled or disabled, so I think it should work just fine with aircraft name. Check if Nigeria aircraft has the same name as "B737-700" if not change it so that it works. ;)

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