Yasmine Kedoo typed this on 04/17/2004 02:28 PM:
> Does anyone know how to use UPDATE with PHP for changing a password?
> I've tried the following code:
> $query = "UPDATE patperinfo SET trim(password)='$newpw' WHERE
> $result = pg_exec($database, $query);
> where new $newpw & $gpidno are the values entered into a form then
> passed to the script.
> I get the following error:
> Warning: PostgreSQL query failed: ERROR: parser: parse error at or near
> "(" at character 27 in /home/webpages/yamkedoo/Tests/chpw1.php on line 48
> where the error is on the line: $result = pg_exec($database, $query);
$query = "UPDATE tablename SET password = '$newpw' WHERE ...
I don't know why you'd trim a fieldname while setting it.
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