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MySQLi recordset variables

Thread began 4/27/2016 5:39 am by mikec156913 | Last modified 4/27/2016 2:35 pm by Ray Borduin | 62 views | 1 replies |

mikec156913

MySQLi recordset variables

Hi,

I have an issue with passing a string from a selection box to a MySQLi recordset.

I have set the Type: to Text from the drop-down options and the method is POST in the recordset for the search (The PK in the table (varchar) can be a number or a combination e.g. "1003" or "FF-875").

While the finished code works perfectly well in our testing environment, on the live server I get "Error in SQL syntax". This error only occurs when using anything other than a Integer in the recordset.

Any ideas why it's fine on the testing server, windows 10 machine running PHP5.4, mySQL5.7 and Microsoft server, but not on our live server running Unix, PHP 5.6, MySQL 5.5.48? Is there an issue in the bindParam in a mySQLi recordset when using strings?

Grateful of any help please.

Mike,

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It should work the same on both... are you sure your database connection information is correct for the live server and the table name and column names are all the same?

If you give me ftp access and a url to reproduce the problem I could debug it for you, but most likely it is a difference in the database structure or how you connect to it.

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