If you read to part 2 of the tutorial it has quite a bit on inserting data.

The reason there are tutorials and books are to teach the *concepts* behind
what they are showing you.

This is probably what is tripping you up; you create the table with uid as
an integer, auto increment, not null field, then your insert statement tries
to insert "NULL" into that field.

You need to change this:

$query = "INSERT INTO users (uid, name) VALUES(NULL, $name)";

To this:

$query = "INSERT INTO users (name) VALUES ($name)";


On 2/5/02 10:46 AM, "Jennifer Downey" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I am not getting an error message. The te.php is connecting to the data
> base. Just not doing what I want
> it to.
> While that is a very good tutorial (if I was just logging in) but it has
> nothing to do with inserting information
> into the database via a form.
> But thanks for the tut. It will come in handy when I get to that point in my
> learning stage.
> Jen

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