Ryan --

...and then Ryan Jameson (USA) said...
% Is there a way to tell PHP to not show just this warning? Maybe there

Have you tried using @ in front of the odbc_fetch_row call?  That will
shut it up:

  PHP supports one error control operator: the at sign (@). When
  prepended to an expression in PHP, any error messages that might be
  generated by that expression will be ignored.

I'd bet a twinkie that you get it when you have no more data.  You should
implement the PEAR FutureGaze module so that you know to stop one row
earlier ;-)


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