Try putting tick marks (`) around the field and table names. So your SQL query would then look like:

INSERT INTO `history` (`v_id`, `hour`, `visits`, `date`) VALUES (45, 0, 59, '2010 01 27');


This is a good practice to get into. The problem is that MySQL allows you to create tables and fields with the same name as functions. If the tick marks are not there, then it assumes you mean to try using the function. In your case, hour is a function in mysql. I would assume that the reason it works in phpmyadmin is that it filters the query somehow to add the tick marks in.

Joseph

james stojan wrote:
I'm at my wits end trying to make this mysql statement insert work in
PHP. I'm not getting any errors from PHP or mysql but the insert fails
(nothing is inserted) error reporting is on and is reporting other
errors. When I echo out the query and manually paste it into PHP
myAdmin the query inserts without a problem. I know that I am
connecting to the database as well part of the data being inserted
comes from the same database and that the mysql user has permission to
do inserts (even tried as root no luck).

$query="INSERT INTO upload_history (v_id,hour,visits,date) VALUES
(".$v_id.",".$hour.",".$visits.",'$date1'".");";

$r2=mysql_query($query) or die("<b>A fatal MySQL error
occured</b>.\n<br />Query: " . $query . "<br />\nError: (" .
mysql_errno() . ") " . mysql_error());

This is an echo of $query and runs in phpmyadmin.

INSERT INTO history (v_id,hour,visits,date) VALUES (45,0,59,'2010 01 27');


Any idea what is going on here?


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