I dont know what causus it, but I have a kind of a solution for your

you probably have something like $_GET["myvar"] in your query, try to do
something like this :

And then instead of using the _GET, you use the _VARS...

"Andy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schreef in bericht
> Hi everybody,
> I am just trying to find out how some db errors happened during a user was
> browsing my web app.
> This is out of the Apache log:
> GET /subapp_profiles/act_upload_image.php HTTP/1.1" 200 160
> POST /subapp_profiles/act_upload_image.php HTTP/1.1" 302 5
> I do not have a clue where this GET request could come from. This has
> a empty sql statement and therefore a db error. How can could this be
> achieved? By clicking back in the browser window? I dont think so since
> same user was on another site before.
> Has anybody a idea on that?
> Andy

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