Are you sure it freezes on the query? Could it be php code that uses the
results from the query that hang the system?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris FR" <gras(dot)christophe(at)libertysurf(dot)fr>
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2003 10:50 AM
Subject: [PHP] Strange browser behavior when querying PostgreSql database
> I have a problem in a php script :
> when I execute it via Internet Explorer , sometimes the source is
> complete (no problem), sometimes the source is incomplete (the html
> page is cutted), and sometimes the browser doesn't display anything
> and wait and wait and wait ....
> The problem comes from a request I peform in this PHP script :
> when I do the following request I have the problems quoted above :
> SELECT a.* FROM a WHERE a.idf = b.id
> I solved the problem by modifying the request :
> SELECT a.* FROM a, b WHERE a.idf = b.id
> Now the script works.
> But I don't understand why the first request causes those problems ?
> Is the first request has a correct syntax ? ( when submitted to
> Postgres, there is no error message , and the results are displayed)
> Is it due to PHP ? or PostgreSQL?
> Thanks in advance,
> Christophe Gras
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