Andy Shellam (Mailing Lists) wrote:
No worries - I know the feeling well!
At first glance this looks OK, however I notice that there is no "res"
property defined in the STH class, like there is session and query.
$this->res on line 202 is what's causing the issue - PHP is saying it's
not a valid PostgreSQL result resource, so if you trace back to where
that comes from, you get to line 175:
$this->res = @pg_execute($this->session, $query);
PHP is therefore trying to assign a query result to a property that
doesn't exist. I would have expected PHP to throw an error at this but
it may have been obscured with your logging settings, I'm not sure.
Close - the '@' before pg_execute is hiding the notice/warning.
I'd say check your database username/password are correct.
$this->session is probably not a postgres resource.
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