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MM_ERROR: MySQL Error #: 1064

Thread began 5/07/2019 1:56 pm by erinlima318673 | Last modified 8/18/2019 2:29 pm by Ray Borduin | 622 views | 10 replies |

erinlima318673

MM_ERROR: MySQL Error #: 1064

I am trying to use the new(er) written tutorial for Dynamic Dropdowns, and I can get to the Bindings section using the Dynamic List/Menu button in the properites panel, but when the WA MySQLi Dynamic List panel opens, I fill it in according to the tutorial and I get an MM_ERROR: MySQL Error #: 1064 in the Values and Labels fields. I have tried it over and over and I can get past that section.
Any idea what I am doing wrong?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Are you able to test your connection successfully in Dreamweaver? Do the column names show in the Bindings panel? If you send me FTP access and a URL to your site I could set up the site definition on my side to reproduce the error and debug it.

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erinlima318673

MM_ERROR: MySQL Error #: 1064

columns are visible in the Binding panel, but when I click OK, that's when the error message pops up. Attached is a screenshot of the Bindings panel. I am PMing you the FTP info

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Which page should I be looking at?

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erinlima318673

MM_ERROR: MySQL Error #: 1064

see PM below

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I was able to open your page and I don't see the error you are seeing. Can you click the "Test" button in the recordset and see the results?

If testing the recordset works, Perhaps try re-installing the current version of Data Bridge and see if you still have the problem.

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erinlima318673

not sure what you did or what else changed but now it seems to be working. Thank you

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MTow05188425

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HI, I am very new to web assist (today) but have used DW in the past. I am in the process of updating a large number of webpages from the old mysql server to the mySQLi.

I am sort of working but I cannot test from the Recordset window although it will work on the website.

It throws me up the MySQL Error#: 1064 and then tells me I have an error in my syntax 'b64:<lots of letters>' at line1!

Can you shed any light?

Thanks Mike

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Sounds like old connection scripts. Go to Site->Advanced->Remove Connection Scripts

It could also be an issue with the root directory setting in your Dreamweaver site definition for that site not mapping to the same directory as the site url.

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MTow05188425

Hi Ray

Thanks for the prompt reply. I read several threads here and have tried the first option and deleted the connection scripts and can see the new one uploading to the site but this hasn't fixed the issue.

In the site connection settings the files are mapped directly into the public_html directory at the server end i.e there is no directory path specified in DW. Could this be the issue? Everything works and as I say the pages work form the web end but I cant 'test' the connections which as you can imagine slows things down.


Any help very much welcomed!


Thanks

Mike

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