Acctually my problem was in that I was using the name of the table in
uppercase rather than in lowercase. So MySQL was looking for table REV
instead of rev. So for MySQL, REV and rev are very different tables!!
From: Constantin Brinzoi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Jueves, 12 de Mayo de 2005 05:11 a.m.
To: Mihai Frisan
Cc: MIGUEL ANTONIO GUIRAO AGUILAR; PHP
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] INSER INTO not working!
Please, take into consideration that in Postgresql you have to quote
table name if there are capitals in the name. Thus, if the table name is
REV then you have to quote it like:
$sqlstring = "INSERT INTO \"REV\" (revision) VALUES ($revision)";
On Thu, 2005-05-12 at 11:09 +0300, Mihai Frisan wrote:
> try $sqlstring = "INSERT INTO REV (revision) VALUES ($revision)";
> MIGUEL ANTONIO GUIRAO AGUILAR wrote:
> >Hi list,
> >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);
> >Any ideas??
> >MIGUEL GUIRAO AGUILERA
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