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Question: Is there a moreappropriate list serve to issue this question? smcdonough: Great!Everything seems to be working.Thanks for your continued help, Nick! Arab vs. Sorry for bothering you, Toni Glad you found it. :-) Regards, Erwin Moller Jul 17 '05 #8 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this check over here

Type Mismatch Error error C2872: 'streambuf' : ambiguous symbol Problem ASP Type mismatch error with SELECT...FOR UPDATE statement Type Mismatch Error On Bulk Insert type mismatch : Error Trying to generate Replace with and you should be good. So far I have put it tothree different lists without a single reply and I am really fallingshort on new ideas.-----Original Message-----From: James FainerSent: Monday, March 28, 2005 10:29 AMTo: [email protected]: There is no mysql error.

TC_DATA_NEW_TABLE_NAME . 'subscribe WHERE ' . How to concentrate during conference talks where the quality of the presentation is poor? share|improve this answer edited Aug 3 '11 at 13:41 answered Aug 2 '11 at 17:25 Rahul 43.9k63463 eventID is an int... Register Lost Password?

TC_DATA_NEW_TABLE_NAME . 'subscribe WHERE ' . You use LIKE 'blabla' instead of LIKE '%blabla%' The % means: match anything (before or after the literal string). This issue is a PEAR compatability issue between PHP 4 and 5. My Code: $w_s1_q1_1 = 'bbb'; $SessionId = 8; $sql = "UPDATE Stage1 SET s1_q1_1 = '$w_s1_q1_1' WHERE s1_ex_id = $SessionId"; $query = $db->prepare($sql); if (DB::isError($query)) { die($query->getMessage());} $resp = $db->execute($query, $params);

The message I've included in my post is from that test. profile CM 2016年11月 月 火 水 木 金 土 日 « 11月 123456 78910111213 14151617181920 21222324252627 282930 アーカイブ 2014年11月 2013年12月 2013年10月 2013年9月 2013年7月 2013年4月 2013年2月 2013年1月 2012年7月 2011年12月 I don't use placeholders in the query, zo I don't have any idea how to solve this problem. https://pear.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=780 Any ideas?snippet:_______________________________________$sql = $db->prepare("UPDATE cutsheetSET cutsheet.StationQuad = '$StationQuad',cutsheet.StationPort = '$StationPort',cutsheet.SSSystemName = '$SSSystemName',cutsheet.SSIPAddress = '$SSIPAddress',cutsheet.SStackSwitch = '$SStackSwitch',cutsheet.SSSwitchPort = '$SSSwitchPort',cutsheet.PortSpeed = '$PortSpeed',cutsheet.PortDuplex = '$PortDuplex',cutsheet.VlanNumber = '$VlanNumber',cutsheet.Network = '$Network',cutsheet.ConnType = '$ConnType',cutsheet.Notes = '$Notes',cutsheet.LastUpdate =

share|improve this answer answered Aug 2 '11 at 17:32 Vinay 644516 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote EDIT: Gotcha now ... ahinea by Ivan Kurmanov Menu Skip to content HomeAbout Standard Posted by Ivan Posted on August 28, 2007 Posted under bugs, php, Uncategorized Comments 5 Comments DB Error: mismatch (in a This is starting to look like something in either PHP or the PEAR extension. Yes: mysql> SELECT user_id FROM data_newsubscribe WHERE (tc_datanew_type='' OR tc_dat anew_type LIKE 'ligfiets' OR tc_datanew_type LIKE 'ligfiets.links' OR tc_datanew _type LIKE 'ligfiets.links.thuispagina'); +---------+ | user_id | +---------+ | 1733 | |

Saved me some time, either :) Reply RustyDog says: September 13, 2014 at 8:29 am I know, old thread. https://bytes.com/topic/php/answers/9036-db-error-mismatch Advanced Search Forum PHP Help Database [Resolved] DB Error: mismatch If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. just quote the set isActive = '1' and try once. Why do Internet forums tend to prohibit responding to inactive threads?

facebook google twitter rss Free Web Developer Tools Advanced Search  Forum Programming Languages PHP Development PHP MySql DB Error: mismatch Thread: PHP MySql DB Error: mismatch Share This Thread  It just seems weird that all the rest of the application seems to work fine. But for those banging their head against the wall, I always cause this by having a != in the query SELECT * FROM food WHERE calories != " AND menu_date = TC_UTIL::parentClause($this->getType(), TC_DATA_NEW_TABLE_PREFIX . '_type'); $res = $this->_db->query($sql, DB_FETCHMODE_ASSOC); if (DB::isError($res)) { die($res->getMessage() . ' [' . $res->getUserInfo() . '] - ' .$res->getDebugInfo() . ' in: ' . __FILE__ . ' at

Any ideas?snippet:_______________________________________$sql = $db->prepare("UPDATE cutsheetSET cutsheet.StationQuad = '$StationQuad',cutsheet.StationPort = '$StationPort',cutsheet.SSSystemName = '$SSSystemName',cutsheet.SSIPAddress = '$SSIPAddress',cutsheet.SStackSwitch = '$SStackSwitch',cutsheet.SSSwitchPort = '$SSSwitchPort',cutsheet.PortSpeed = '$PortSpeed',cutsheet.PortDuplex = '$PortDuplex',cutsheet.VlanNumber = '$VlanNumber',cutsheet.Network = '$Network',cutsheet.ConnType = '$ConnType',cutsheet.Notes = '$Notes',cutsheet.LastUpdate = Using LIKE and no % is a little meaningless because it means the same as the = sign. The array is then inserted into the placeholder of the execute command. this content Not the answer you're looking for?

Could this be a bug in either PEAR, PHP or MySQL and do you know how/where to check this? I have never touched MYSQL (I am a postgresql fanatic), but have a look if that is the source of the error. But on the production server, a sunfire 100 running Solaris 9.0, mysql 4.0.21 and PHP 5.0.2; all other code including succesful reads of the database work fine but the system issues

Reply With Quote 04-13-2005,01:38 PM #9 jefainer View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Mar 2005 Posts 7 Problem Resolved.

If I had the wrong permissions wouldn't I have seen that when I did the direct query? When a second argument is passed to query(), it assumes you want that do a prepare/execute procedure. Sorry for bothering you, Toni Jul 17 '05 #7 P: n/a Erwin Moller Toni wrote: I wrote: (...) $res = $this->_db->query($sql, DB_FETCHMODE_ASSOC); if (...) Without knowing the second argument is a Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes, Knees and Toes Who created the Secret Stairs as a way into Mordor and for what purpose?

I had to search this down with a server based debugger and then I found one sentence (not in the on line manual) that states it must be an array. And I've taken over somebody else's code. v1.87 of common.php gives a db mismatch error. If I get it right, the message means: there is a mismatch between the number of placeholders (e.g. "?" signs) in your database query and the number of parameters given to

Any suggestions? The != is trying to get substituted out. Try it and it will work. –Rahul Aug 3 '11 at 13:43 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Question: Is there a moreappropriate list serve to issue this question?