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> Jsut a guess...
> Your row has a capital 'A' in the SQL statement, and a lower case 'a' in
> teh $row call..
> does that matter?
Yep, that would matter, but not the exact problem. I don't know if this
thread has already been answered or not, so...
The real problem is with this:
> $sql = mysql_query("SELECT distinct(Account) FROM Backlog")or die
> ("Something bad happened here: " . mysql_error()) ;
> echo "<select name=\"account\">\n";
> echo "<option>\n";
> while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($sql))
> echo ' <option
because there is no "account" index in $row. You're not selecting "account",
you're selecting "distinct(Account)".
So, you could do it the hard way and use $row['distinct(Account)'] as your
value or change your SQL to:
$sql = mysql_query("SELECT distinct(Account) AS acc FROM Backlog")or die
and use $row['acc']. This is called making an alias. You alias the
distinct(account) column to be called "acc". You can name the alias what
ever you want.
If you developed with your error_reporting() set to E_ALL, you'd have gotten
a notice about "Undefined index 'account' in $row" that may have tipped you
off to all of this.
Hope this helps.
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