Whatever variable that is suppose to contain the URL is an array. If you
try to print a variable that is an array the value you get is 'Array'. You
will either have to step through it, or implode it, or something of that
nature to get what the array contains.
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From: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 11:50 AM
Subject: [PHP] URL field receiving Array for others
> Hello All!
> I have a script which inserts a users info into mysql via PHP.
> Here is the code which does so:
> $sql = ("INSERT INTO `business` (`id`, `bt_id`, `bus_name`, `bcity`,
> `cell`, `email`, `url`, `details`, `duration`, `s_id`, `license`,
> ('', '$bus_type_id', '$bus_name', '$city_id', '$phone', '$cell',
> '$email', '$url', '$details', '$duration', '$state_id', '$license',
> '$date','$comments', '$REMOTE_ADDR', '$user_id',
> and it sends a mail to me, however crude:
> 100% ASAP Plumbing and Rooter Specialist, City ID: 2647
> 1-866-FIX- GUARD,
> Array (this is supposed to be a url)
> PlumberASAP.com Specializing in Drains, Faucets, Filters, Repairs,
> Installations, Water Heaters, Disposals, Copper Plumbing, Leak Detection.
> Clean and Courteous Service Danny McGowan Owner/Operator
> 12 months,
> I can't duplicate the problem.
> Any idea what is happening here?
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