It would help if we could see the actual query.  It sounds like the problem 
is a syntax error in the query itself.

At 11:52 AM 1/6/2002, Gurhan Ozen wrote:
>   Hi everyone,
>  I have a problem with mysql connectivety which is making me nuts. If the
>query is "select blah, blah from table" (i.e. without where clause)
>mysql_num_rows returns the right number, but when i put in a query with
>where clause, although there are rows returned, PHP is giving:
>"Warning: Supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource" error..
>Can anyone point me to any direction about this?
>   Thanks.
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