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There is an error in your SQL syntax.

Thread began 10/22/2018 11:48 am by María Luisa | Last modified 10/23/2018 3:40 pm by María Luisa | 436 views | 13 replies

María Luisa

There is an error in your SQL syntax.

I'm doing working on an update form. I've reviewed it, deleted it, done it again from 0, and every time I finish it and try it, it gives me an error: "There is an error in your SQL syntax."

In CRUD it works well Create (write correctly in the database) and Read. I'm missing the Update and Delete.

I review it comparing it with a previous form made with the WA tools and I do not find the differences or errors.

I searched the forum and found that it is recommended to review a rsobj.php file located in the mysqli folder that is inside the webassist folder. But I do not understand what can be done with it to find the error.

I attach the file of my update.

Can someone help me please? Thank you

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