The source HTML (PHP Output) is sometimes correct and sometimes incorrect with the exact same script and SQL statement. The table is very basic.
I thought maybe I had some problems with formatting variables in the HTML so I took all the formatting out of the script so it is really basic now and still have the same problem. I also thought maybe there were issues with the data...i.e. with nulls and non-alpha-numeric characters. I cleaned all the data so there is no null data and all characters are alpha-numeric. Still have the same problem. Very strange. Tim "Miguel Cruz" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... > Are you using Internet Explorer for Windows to view the HTML? It has some > rendering problems with complex tables that result in very erratic > behavior in certain circumstances (which I have yet to understand). View > the page in another browser, or better yet, view the source code. That's a > better way to determine whether or not your program is generating the > correct data. > > miguel > > On Thu, 23 May 2002, Tim Greenleaf wrote: > > I have a search page that creates a dynamic table of results from MS SQL > > Server. The table created on the web page does not always get created > > properly for the same recordset. Sometimes a field may have a black or red > > background color and if the same exact search is run again it will display > > properly. If I have a search with large number of records (few thousand) > > there is usually html text printed above the table of results. If I perform > > the exact search multiple times, I will get different html text printed > > above the table. > > > > It seems as if the PHP engine/interpretor is not processing the script > > properly. I would think if I had a syntax issue with the script or HTML it > > would either error out or return the same results everytime. > > > > Has anyone else seen this problem before? > > > > w2k SP2 > > IIS > > PHP 4.2.1 > > > > Thanks for the help. > > > > Tim > > > > > > > > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php