Ok, ok. I get the message about the syntax. Since I've used this syntax for a long time and so far there hasn't been a problem I'll assume that's not the problem. I will, however, review this and probably make some changes for the sake of compliance if nothing else. In any event, the syntax is NOT why it is failing, smart ass comments by people who think two years is a long time not withstanding.

As to the useful questions that where asked. There is no error reported. Error reporting is set to E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE. I removed the notice part so I would get everything and still nothing showed up. I'm also logging errors and nothing is showing up in the log either. Not all PHP/MySQL errors are reported. Sometimes what happens is not considered an error, even though it does not do what you would expect it to do. If the query syntax was wrong, I would get a syntax error. There is no error, it just doesn't write to the table. I can go into phpMyAdmin and with the same syntax insert into the table all day long.

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