On Thursday 04 March 2004 08:08, Rich Hutchins wrote:

> Oh, and, normally, you reference the variables like so: $_POST["varname"].
> I typically use the following syntax:
> "INSERT INTO tablename
> VALUES('".$_POST["varone"]."','".$_POST["vartwo"]."');

IMO it is better to use the braces syntax:

"insert into show
values('','{$_POST['Accnt_name']}','{$_POST['acc_num']}', ...)"

> In your query you have omitted the quotes. Don't know if that causes
> problems, but echoing out $addtocart would show that anyway.

Also ...

> mysql_close();
> $error = mysql_error();

call mysql_error() before you close the connection.

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.biz
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