Check the return value of mysql_query().  It should either evaluate to 
false, or true.  If false, then output some error messages using 
mysql_error() and mysql_errno().


At 01:29 PM 11/17/2001 -0500, Jeff Lewis wrote:
>I am wondering if there are any difference between using PHP and using the
>command line for mySQL.  Entering this at the comman line returns all the
>membergroups properly.  When I use this in my PHP program, it doesn't
>continue past this line:
>$request = mysql_query("SELECT membergroup FROM membergroups WHERE 1 ORDER
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