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MySQLi rs Query

Thread began 1/13/2016 5:10 pm by TonyE | Last modified 1/18/2016 2:29 pm by Ray Borduin | 189 views | 5 replies |

TonyE

MySQLi rs Query

I'm running into a problem with MySQLi code that works perfectly when testing with Wampserver using PHP 5.2.5 and MySQL 5.0.37. However, when I FTP the same exact code to my hosting provider I get a SQL error in the MySQLi code between lines 25-28 of my attached program. My hosting provider is using PHP 5.4 and MySQL 5.1.73. I called my provider for help and I'm not feeling good about their support.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

My best guess is that the connection information is wrong for the live database. There is no reason why it wouldn't work on that server version.

Make sure the connection information is correct for your live database... you can add this code before the error after line 23:

<?php
var_dump($localhost);
die();
?>

That will tell you if the connection is working.

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TonyE

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  My best guess is that the connection information is wrong for the live database. There is no reason why it wouldn't work on that server version.

Make sure the connection information is correct for your live database... you can add this code before the error after line 23:

<?php
var_dump($localhost);
die();
?>

That will tell you if the connection is working.  


Ray, I tried you suggestion and received the following: stage 1... stage 2...object(mysqli)#1 (19) { ["affected_rows"]=> NULL ["client_info"]=> NULL ["client_version"]=> int(50542) ["connect_errno"]=> int(1045) ["connect_error"]=> string(95) "Access denied for user 'dreamweaver@tenniscare.com'@'box279.bluehost.com' (using password: YES)" ["errno"]=> NULL ["error"]=> NULL ["error_list"]=> NULL ["field_count"]=> NULL ["host_info"]=> NULL ["info"]=> NULL ["insert_id"]=> NULL ["server_info"]=> NULL ["server_version"]=> NULL ["stat"]=> NULL ["sqlstate"]=> NULL ["protocol_version"]=> NULL ["thread_id"]=> NULL ["warning_count"]=> NULL }

I'm very confused on "Access denied for user 'dreamweaver@tenniscare.com' error. I looked at one of my recordsets and it looks like Webassist may have generated an additional connection since I didn't set it up (see attached images of primary & additional connections). It's very odd that I can do a query directly to the database on my home page and am able to access the database with no problems (not using WebAssist). The MySQL Server Name of fp.tenniscare, User name of dreamweaver@tenniscare.com are wrong. If I delete the additional connection it still does not work with the primary connection. I know my user name, password and database name are correct!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That additional connection is clearly wrong.... the mysql server would never start with "ftp." and I'm not sure about the other settings.

Update the additional connection page to reflect the correct connection information for your remote database and it should start working properly.

Your other connection isn't using this wrong information, so that explains why it works differently.

Do you have a separate remote and testing server and database? If not, then removing the additional connection should work.

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TonyE

MySQLi rs Query

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  That additional connection is clearly wrong.... the mysql server would never start with "ftp." and I'm not sure about the other settings.

Update the additional connection page to reflect the correct connection information for your remote database and it should start working properly.

Your other connection isn't using this wrong information, so that explains why it works differently.

Do you have a separate remote and testing server and database? If not, then removing the additional connection should work.  


Ray, thanks so much for you assistance. I made the incorrect connection the same as the one that worked on my testing server and it worked on my remote server. My concern is why did MySQLi server behaviors add the incorrect connection parameters? There is no way I typed in those values!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I've never seen that happen before and it hasn't been reported by anyone else that I know of.

I really can't be sure how the wrong connection got there but I'm glad it is fixed.

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