[PHP-DB] login won't work for Internet Explorer

2002-08-27 Thread Ben . Westgarth



Hi there,

I am experiencing a peculiar problem. I have recently moved a PHP / MySQL driven
website I have been developing from my linux box on to a live host. Everything
seemed to go smoothly apart from one peculiar problem. When I access the site
using Internet Explorer (so far I have tried 5.0 and 5.5), I am unable to log
into the members' section of the site. Instead I receive the following error:

Warning: Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 2 in
[pathdir]/member_login_check.php on line 12

Warning: Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 2 in
[pathdir]/member_login_check.php on line 13

Warning: Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 2 in
[pathdir]/member_login_check.php on line 14

The peculiarity is that when I log in using Mozilla, I have no problem. Why
should the choice of browser have any effect on a set of processes which are all
server-side? Or am I completely wrong about that? All suggestions and help
appreciated.

Thanks, Ben




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Re: [PHP-DB] login won't work for Internet Explorer

2002-08-27 Thread Adam Williams

View the source in mozilla, it might just be suppressing the output
for whatever reason.

Adam

On Wed, 28 Aug 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



 Hi there,

 I am experiencing a peculiar problem. I have recently moved a PHP / MySQL driven
 website I have been developing from my linux box on to a live host. Everything
 seemed to go smoothly apart from one peculiar problem. When I access the site
 using Internet Explorer (so far I have tried 5.0 and 5.5), I am unable to log
 into the members' section of the site. Instead I receive the following error:

 Warning: Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 2 in
 [pathdir]/member_login_check.php on line 12

 Warning: Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 2 in
 [pathdir]/member_login_check.php on line 13

 Warning: Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 2 in
 [pathdir]/member_login_check.php on line 14

 The peculiarity is that when I log in using Mozilla, I have no problem. Why
 should the choice of browser have any effect on a set of processes which are all
 server-side? Or am I completely wrong about that? All suggestions and help
 appreciated.

 Thanks, Ben







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