Hey, Also the webhost only allows us a direct database connection
using phpMyadmin, I did notice that on the table that stores the info, it
keep getting an error after someone is posting the form. The error says
something about Overhead: 275 bytes, Is this just an MySQL limitation that
is set by the webhost ? and this overhead you think that would keep the info
from being entered into the database. To get the error to go away I have to
optimize the table.


"Conbud" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> From: "Conbud" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: PHP/MySQL/Server not working
> Date: Friday, October 17, 2003 6:17 PM
> Hey, just a quick question, I have a form that users can fill out to join
> certain group, we can then view that info from an admin page that requires
> logging in. When a user fills out the form I get an email letting me know
> that the form was submitted with the users info as well. Here recently,
> been getting that info but their info isn't being saved into the database
> for somereason, anyone have any idea why ? I have filled out the form at
> least 15-25 times using different info and everyone of them worked for me.
> even filled out the form using different special characters and still with
> no problems, I am using stripslashes on the form data, but I don't think
> that could keep the info from being saved to the database, it only does
> periodically. Could this be due to a slow server ? or is there some sort
> special character that could conflict with my PHP or with the MySQL syntax
> I just have no clue now. Any thoughts are appreciated.
> Thanks
> ConbuD

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