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Weird "There is an error in your SQL syntax." error appearing on INSERT behaviour page.

Thread began 4/05/2023 10:43 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 4/05/2023 4:15 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 166 views | 4 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Weird "There is an error in your SQL syntax." error appearing on INSERT behaviour page.

Client has been in touch to say that when they attempt to "Add Property" from their admin area, no matter what they do they get "There is an error in your SQL syntax" upon submission of the form.

The form uses WebAssist extensions to support the INSERT to database and File Uploading. I've provide a link to the admin area and credentials for logging in.

The weird bit is that the page that's reporting the error loads fine, it's only when you submit the form that it reports the syntax error.

We've downloaded and updated DataBridge, so far as we can tell, so we're pretty sure it's not that. We've also got PHP errors switched to display, so we can see the syntax error, but that's not working either.

Hoping you can help. Thank you.

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