> Try... $query = "INSERT INTO accounts (accnts,timestamp)
> VALUES(''.$accnts[0].'','TIMESTAMP(10)')";
>
> Might work?
>
> Aaron
>

For the OP, you don't really want to insert the text TIMESTAMP(10) into a
column, do you? If you want the current 10-digit timestamp, then you can
just use NOW() or CURRENT_DATE, so long as your column is declared with a
width of 10. In fact, if it's a timestamp, you don't need to do anything,
it'll be updated with the current time upon insert. so you could probably
just do this:

$query = "INSERT INTO accounts (accnts) VALUES (".$accnts[0].")";

---John Holmes...

>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: NIPP, SCOTT V (SBCSI) [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: November 20, 2002 2:16 PM
> To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
> Subject: [PHP-DB] INSERT question...
>
> I have an INSERT statement that I cannot quiet get working.  The
> table that this data is being put into has 7 columns, but I only care
> about
> putting in the data from the first two columns at this time.  The first
> column is an array element, and the second column needs to be a
> timestamp.
> Here is the INSERT statement:
>
> $query = "INSERT INTO accounts VALUES('".$accnts[0]."', 'TIMESTAMP(10)',
> , ,
> , ,)";
>
> Here is the error being displayed on the web page:
>
> You have an error in your SQL syntax near ' , , ,)' at line 1
> Thanks in advance for the help.
>
> Scott Nipp
> Phone:  (214) 858-1289
> E-mail:  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Web:  http:\\ldsa.sbcld.sbc.com
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