I wrote a PHP script which extracts the title and content from all the
HTML files in a directory and puts the filename, title and content into
a 2 dimensional array.
I know the array is fine because when I print it to the page it dislays
When I try to input it into the DB I think mySQL chokes. Is there a
better way to put contents of an array in a db, or some way to slow down
I have tried using insert delayed, and also doing a complex calculation
after each insert to keep the php engine thiking but allowing mysql to
fix itself, but this does not work. The results I get in the db is
muffled and only contains three rows (instead of about 15) and the
information is all jumbled aswell.
I tried a test line (commented out) and it worked as expected. This is
$sql = "INSERT into tblContent
(Title, Filename, Parent, DirName, Content)
//('$i','$i','$i','$i','$i')"; this line instead of previous
inserts as expected
Any help would be appreciated.
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