Your second method should work, but it's dependent on what your form
looks like and how your table was created. You obviously have a key set
for this column and you're trying to insert the same value twice, which
makes an error.
Show us what your form looks like, not the whole thing, just for the
checkboxes. Also, what does your CREATE TABLE look like for the table
your trying to insert this data into?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rob Packer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Sunday, June 23, 2002 7:50 AM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [PHP] Insert an array into MySQL
> Hi, I've seen a few post for this same thing but I can't seem to get
> working. What I'm doing is taking a form with check boxes and putting
> into an array. Then I'm attempting to INSERT them into the db, one
> value per row.
> Okay, well I've tries 2 ways that I think should work and they only
> the first value. They both produce this error "Duplicate entry '0' for
> 1" (which I don't understand) Anyway here is the code I'm trying...
> (I'm not trying to use both blocks of code, just one or the other)
> // First code
> //echo $value."<br>";//test
> $links="INSERT INTO $username_links (links) VALUES ('$value')";
> // Second code attempt
> $links="INSERT INTO $username_links (links) VALUES ('$pagetype[$a]')";
> $insert=mysql_query($links) or die(mysql_error());
> //echo $pagetype[$a];//test
> Thanks in advance...Robert
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