try $sqlstring = "INSERT INTO REV (revision) VALUES ($revision)";
MIGUEL ANTONIO GUIRAO AGUILAR wrote:
I'm trying to store a data into a two-column table (id, revision).
ID is auto_increment. My table is called REV. I'm using this query:
$sqlstring = "INSERT INTO REV VALUES('',$revision)";
Using that same query in mysql command line works pretty good and the row is
added to the table, but is not working from my PHP page.
I echo the $sqlstring variable for troubleshooting and it is correct.
I'm using mysql_query($sqlstring, $link);
MIGUEL GUIRAO AGUILERA
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