On Thursday 16 January 2003 00:55, NIPP, SCOTT V (SBCSI) wrote:
> Actually this is generating another error. Now, without the single
> quotes I am getting the following error:
> Column 'StartDate' cannot be null
> It looks like for some reason the DATE_ADD is returning a NULL
> value. Any more ideas?
Which probably means your $StopDate is 0. What does it actually contain? You
really should assign your query to some variable ($query) THEN plug it into
your query function. If and you have any problems you can echo $query to see
what you're passing to mysql.
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