This means your query didn't execute correctly, pull your query out and
run it in psql to see what the query error is. You can also validate
the number of rows your query is returning using pg_NumRows.
Bastiaan Wakkie wrote:
> Hi All,
> I just upgraded my PostgreSQL from 7.2 to 7.4.3. Mandrake gave me in
> the first place a lot of problems so I just recompiled php and
> postgresql again (php --without-mysql gave even problems!)
> I got one problem left though: any one familier with this error...
> "*Warning*: pg_fetch_row(): Unable to jump to row 0 on PostgreSQL result index 4 in */www/....php* on line *17*"
> ... ? I did search on google and found a lot of site having the same
> problem. Anyone does have a cure for this?
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