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Thread: SELECT ID, Title FROM listingsDB WHERE (featured = 'yes')

  1. #1
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    Not bad with PHP but sorry don't know much about SQL
    Can't figure what I haven't done right but here's the email I get and the page shoots me the There's been a problem message.

    SELECT ID, Title FROM listingsDB WHERE (featured = 'yes')
    is the output email that results

    Read but didn't see this one anywhere on the board.

    Open-Realty ver. 1.0.7
    Host Info
    Linux
    PHP 4.2.3
    Mysql 4.0.12
    System uses CPanel to admin and phpMyAdmin



    Thanks

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    it could be due to MySQL being case-sensitive. listingsDB is not the same as listingsdb. Since you're using phpmyadmin, run that SQL from phpmyadmin and see if you get any results.

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    Doesn't appear to be a case problem, runs as is when I send it.

    Still digging.
    Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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    This is a case sensitive problem.
    send me an email to rravenn@movistar.com and I will send you a sql file that should work.
    K

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