This may be entirely incorrect, but something that might be worth checking is to find the SQL statements being executed for item 2) in your list and make sure that all values in the SQL statement have had addslashes() performed on them.
For example, if your statement is something like: insert into mytable(mycolumn1, mycolumn2) values('$val1', '$val2'); Add this prior to the build of that statement: $val1=addslashes($var1); $var2=addslashes($var2); I'm only suggesting this for a test. If it resolves your problem, then great. :) I seem to recall a period where I was not adding slashes (shame on me), but apparently PHP was doing it for me, or I got lucky and none of my variables had single quotes. When I upgraded, I ran into problems due to my SQL statements having errors. Anyway, something to try... Chris Septic Flesh wrote: >Well I have jsut updates to the latest PHP version.. > >I was running a shopping catalog that now does not work with the new >update.. > >I access the Database to get > >1). a list of available Product categories. (that works) >2). then from the selected category I get the available products that are in >this category. does not work... > >In the URL i get the filename.php?cat_id=1 > >but that 1 seems not readable.. > >Any idea ? > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php