On Sun, Sep 25, 2016 at 4:59 AM, Karl DeSaulniers <k...@designdrumm.com>
> > On Sep 23, 2016, at 5:38 AM, Richard <inbound-lists-php@listmail.
> innovate.net> wrote:
> >> Date: Friday, September 23, 2016 03:28:47 -0500
> >> From: Karl DeSaulniers <k...@designdrumm.com>
> >> Ok, so I have run down all the possible things (that I know of)
> >> that could be keeping this from working. I have checked with my
> >> hosting service that:
> >> 1. MySQL is accessible with the original user I started with (for
> >> this case were using db123456) via ssh. 2. The cron is accessing my
> >> php script fine.
> >> 3. The cron is running the script and is attempting to access MySQL
> >> but not allowing access still.
> >> I tried running the script via ssh and it is timing out. No error
> >> of not accessing MySQL, just telling me it is timing out. This
> >> tells me (I could be wrong) that it is in fact accessing MySQL and
> >> that my calls to MySQL are making the script time out? What bothers
> >> me is that the cron errors out saying access denied but ssh says
> >> timeout error. Does anyone have any ideas for me to try at this
> >> point? If I don't get this to work in the next couple of days, I am
> >> toast!
> > -- Try the mysql access and commands directly from the command
> > line (using the mysql cli).
> > -- Put debug/print statements in your code so you can clearly
> > see where you are getting.
> > -- This includes printing out your mysql statements so that
> > you know exactly what is being passed to mysql (both when
> > you run the script by hand and via cron).
> Thanks Richard,
> That got me thinking and I figured out my access issue... HALELUYAAAAA!
> Now I am getting an error with mysql syntax.
> "SELECT otn.*, cf.* FROM ".ORDER_TABLE." otn LEFT JOIN ".FIELDS_TABLE." cf
> ON cf.Order_ID = otn.Order_ID WHERE cf.Earliest_Pickup >= DATE(NOW()) AND
> cf.Earliest_Pickup <= DATE(NOW() + INTERVAL ".($Num_Days_Away+1)." DAY) AND
> otn.Order_Status != 'Shipping' AND otn.Order_Status != 'Completed'"
> is giving me this error:
> You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that
> corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near
> '\"Shipping\" AND otn.Order_Status != \"Completed\"' at line 1
> I think at this point my brain is fried and I am not seeing what is wrong
> with this.
> Can anyone point out my folly? My guess is it is an obvious one, but I am
> not seeing it.
> Thanks again for your help everyone. I think I am almost there!
> Karl DeSaulniers
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Echo out the query, then manually run it.