The reason you aren't seeing any errors is because you used "or
die()" -- to the best of my knowledge, this replaces any standard errors
that PHP would normally generate.
It appears that you have omitted the second argument to mysql_query().
A common mistake that I've made many times myself. You need to specify
the connection parameters in the second argument.
$result = mysql_query($sql, $db); // $db is mysql_connect(host, user,
pass) or whatever you use
You would have gotten an error message telling you this if you weren't
using "or die"... "or die" can be helpful but it can also occlude
Good luck I hope this works,
On Thursday, January 17, 2002, at 01:18 PM, Hawk wrote:
> Having a problem with this, I have a working login that supports
> users, and I'm trying to make it possible for the users to change their
> settings etc, but I get killed when trying to send the data to the MySQL
> To connect I use mysql_connect($host,$user,$pswd) and
> the retrieving data from the form works since I belive, since it showed
> when I added a print "$the vars " but I don't know how to save it to the
> I might be missing some line or maybe it's just because I'm a newbie or
> something.. ;D
> anyway.. I use something similiar to this
> $query = "UPDATE users SET email='$email'"; // and so on..
> $result = mysql_query($query) or die ("blabla");
> I don't get any error lines or anything, the only thing that shows is
> "blabla" thing.
> I also tried INSERT INTO in the query but that didn't make any
> difference :p
> if anyone could tell me what I'm doing wrong I would be happy.. :p
> "the best way to learn is to ask people that know" :p
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