Does the user that the script runs as have full CRUD access to the
new tables? Have you set any restrictions on what that user can do to
the table(s)?

--- Jody Cleveland <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm using a product called Squirrelmail for my web based email. In
> it, it
> uses a database for user preferences and address books. (I posted
> to that
> list, and it was suggested to check here) I created the database
> squirrel. I
> created two tables, one called addresses and one called prefs. For
> some
> reason, when I try to change preferences, it never writes that
> information
> to the database. But, I can addresses just fine.
> Is there anything with php settings, or the database itself that
> may need to
> be changed?
> Thanks!  Oh, I'm running Redhat 8, Apache 2, PHP 4.3.0 RC1.
> -Jody Cleveland
> Winnefox Library System
> Computer Support Specialist
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