I've made a little programme that deletes expired records from database tables. The troublesome bit looks like this...

$query = "SELECT ic FROM ic_ic WHERE date <= CURDATE()";
$result = mysql_query($query) or die("Unable to get old campaigns because " . mysql_error());
while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)){
...delete records from tables where ic = ic

It works fine for the fitst value of $ic, but on the second time around I get an error message saying that line [starting with "while..."] is not a valid MySQL resource. This really puzzles me because it works one time around, but not after that.

$ic, incidentally, is a string originally generated from the timestamp (ie. getdate[0]) - could this be causing a problem?

Many thanks!


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