> > INSERT INTO PRICE (ID, "NAME", COST) > > > > You should not use double quotes around column names. Try to use backtick > operator instead: > INSERT INTO `PRICE` (`ID`, `NAME`, `COST`) > Don't know if that solves the problem, but it's atleast good practice. > Second, do you really need firebird database? > It's pretty outdated database, and there are much better alternatives. It's an existing system, so i can't change it. I have tried with firebird 2.5 and same result.
The value stored right. I have seen it in FlameRobin, ISQL, etc And when i use native native lib (ibase_connect,ibase_prepare,ibase_execute) i get right value. Maybe is it a bug in pdo_firebird driver ? -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php