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Error message received in browser at Checkout

Thread began 5/03/2009 6:15 pm by randy294090 | Last modified 5/05/2009 3:03 pm by randy294090 | 1218 views | 1 replies


Error message received in browser at Checkout

This is the error message I get after clicking the Checkout button on my cart.

"You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'Emily Lane, OrderTax = 1.16, OrderTotal = 19.15, OrderShipAddress2 = '', OrderSh' at line 1"

You assistance is appreciated in how find the fix for this error message.

Update - just looked at my database and see an error "OrderReferenceID" field (actually it's a string of random characters). I remember setting up the Checkout Wizard and I fumbled during this section of setting up the bindings for the Order IR and the OrderReferenceID. How can I go back an correct these and what should the be?

Attached picture of errors in database.



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