Jason Gerfen wrote:
Carol Walter wrote:
I'm using PHP 5 and PostgreSQL 8.3.6. I have a query that is failing
and I don't know how to troubleshoot the problem. The error message
that it is giving is quite vague. The error message is as follows:
Warning: pg_query_params() [function.pg-query-params]: Query failed:
ERROR: syntax error at end of input at character 156 in
/home/walterc/ssl/PHP/km_input_test2c.php on line 631
ERROR: syntax error at end of input at character 156
The query that is failing looks like this...
$pg_pres_ins6 = pg_query_params("INSERT INTO \"brdgMediaCallsEvents\"
(\"mediumId\", \"eventId\", rank) VALUES
(currval('\"tblCallsEvents_eventId_seq\"'), $1)", array($ev_rank));
Whoops, ignore the last one I forget a single quote after the actual sql
$pg_pres_ins6 = pg_query_params( $pg_connection, 'INSERT INTO
`brdgMediaCallEvents` ( `mediumId`, `eventId`, `rank` ) VALUES (
\"val1\", \"val2\", \"val3\" )', array( "ev_rank" ) );
You need to read the document for this function because it looks like
you were mis-using it.
It's quite possible this is something very simple and I'm just not
seeing it. I commented out this query because I thought perhaps it
was failing because it was the last query in the program. The
previous query did not fail when it became the last one.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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