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hw_incollections — Tells which of a set of objects are contained by a list of collections.


array hw_incollections(hw_link, object_ids, collection_ids, parent_collections);
resource hw_link: Connection ID to Hyperwave server
array object_ids: Array of object IDs to check
array collection_ids: Array of collection object IDs to check
int parent_collections: Whether to return the child object IDs or parent collection IDs


Array of object IDs on success; FALSE on error


This function describes the ancestor/descendant relationships of the objects listed in object_ids to the collections given in collection_ids . If parent_collections is 0, the returned array lists the object IDs of those objects from object_ids that are descendants of the collections in collection_ids . If parent_collections is 1, the returned array lists the object IDs of those collections from collection_ids that are ancestors of any objects listed in object_ids .


PHP 3 since 3.0.3, PHP 4


Example 505. Find relationships between lists of objects

$arr = hw_incollections($hw_link, array(25, 169, 189), array(148, 218), 0);

$arr = hw_incollections($hw_link, array(25, 169, 189), array(148, 218, 88495), 1);

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