Is that a syntax supported by MySQL? That is, an INSERT with WHERE clause? I tried it against Oracle, and it doesn't work (can you imagine how upsetting it would have been to have learned that, after having worked with SQL for several years, one can do an update using an INSERT statement?). I'm pretty sure it doesn't work against MS SQL Server, DB2, etc (not 100% certain, but 99.9%).
On 12/8/05, El Bekko <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > geekgirl1 wrote: > > First time poster..... > > > > This is the problem. I want to add the value of $_POST[review] to the > > reviews table where the unique id from the reviews table equals the > > review id on my form. The statement below does not work. Should I > > use UPDATE instead? > > > > "INSERT INTO reviews (review_txt) > > VALUES > > ('$_POST[review]') WHERE review_id = $id"; > > > > Marian > > "INSERT INTO reviews (review_txt) > VALUES > ('$_POST[\'review\']') WHERE review_id = '$id'"; > > There, now it should work :) > > -- > PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > >