Everything looks okay with this when I echo the sql string:

INSERT INTO tbl_ib_articles (issue_brief,article) VALUES ('24','30'),('24','20'),('24','31')

My question was, what do I need to change to make this an UPDATE?


On Monday, March 31, 2003, at 08:30 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

In a message dated 3/31/2003 5:26:36 PM Pacific Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

> then I built the INSERT like so: > foreach($article_keys as $articleid) > { >     $insert[] = "('$v_ib_id','$articleid')"; > } > $article_sql = "INSERT INTO tbl_ib_articles (issue_brief,article) > VALUES " . implode(',',$insert);

It's pretty much okay, except you don't have ( ) around the string that you create with the implode. You can echo $article_sql to see exactly what the SQL looks like and you can then modify your statement so you get the right SQL.


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