I'm not sure what you're asking but the fields are set to varchar(40) which
will accommodate the information I have been insertinging...
on 4/30/02 9:00 PM, Neil at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Have you checked to see that id tidying is set to the amount equal to the
> fields in your form.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Info_Best-IT" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 4:56 PM
> Subject: [PHP-DB] MYSQL: INsert html form data;
>> I have a problem writing form data to a table in MySQL. I have an
> action.php file
>> that it called when the information is submitted and it looks something
> like this:
>> $connection = mysql_connect("@localhost","root", "password")
>> or die ("The DataBase is Down!");
>> mysql_select_db("web_feedback", $connection)
>> or die ("I Can't connect at database!");
>> $query_st_name = mysql_query("INSERT into name_email (col1)
>> $query_st_email = mysql_query("INSERT into name_email (col2)
>> mysql_close($connection); // Close this connection
>> Thanks for submitting your name and e-mail, I will contact you soon to
> discuss your
>> interest in more detail.
>> I can tell the file is being called since the previous message appears in
> the window.
>> But when I go to check out my table there are no records. Anyone see
> where this may
>> be going wrong? I also set a php_error log path in the PHP.ini and I do
> not get any
>> errors written there. I think it may be something else but not sure
>> the site: www.best-it.biz
>> the link: services
>> thanks in advance!
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