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How to Diagnose "Error in SQL Syntax" on live server

Thread began 11/08/2016 6:25 am by administration282761 | Last modified 12/02/2016 12:48 pm by Ray Borduin | 346 views | 4 replies |

administration282761

How to Diagnose "Error in SQL Syntax" on live server

I have a set of admin pages that works fine locally. But on the live server I get the "Error in SQL Syntax" message. I ran a Test DB connection script and connection worked. I created a new DB user on the server backend and deleted the rsobj.php file and regenerated a new one by making a new recordset.

BTW - I did not find the line "Debug = false;" in the rsobj.php file - so I added it to the file but it did not help.

Checked the SQL in phpMyAdmin - no problem - so it must be a connection error of some kind.

Any idea what do to next?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It should give you better error messages if you change Debug to true. If you give me a url and ftp access I could help debug it.

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administration282761

How to Diagnose "Error in SQL Syntax" on live server

Thanks, Ray, I will send the server details via PM

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You had your connection host server set to: 'localhost

it of course should have just been: localhost

Updating it fixed your page.

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administration282761

Silly me. Many thanks for the help!!

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