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Re: UPDATE - Changing Password

From: "Yasmine Kedoo" <yazkedoo(at)hotmail(dot)com>
To: pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: UPDATE - Changing Password
Date: 2004-04-17 22:18:00
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I think i've sorted the previous problem now, it was a stupid error on my 
part. But the update is still not working.

I'm using the following script:

		$gdidno = addslashes(trim($formgpid));
		$newpw = addslashes(trim($formnewpw));
		/*$newpw1 = addslashes(trim($formnewpw1));*/

		$query = "UPDATE gpinfo SET password='$newpw' WHERE gpid='$gpidno'";
		$result = pg_exec($database, $query);

			print "There was a problem accessing the database";
		else if(pg_numrows($result)!=1)
			print "Update Failed\n";

			print "Update Successful\n<BR>";


It is just printing Update Failed now. Can u see where i'm going wrong?

Visit the following link:

Username: jjsanderson
Password: sanderso

Then on the next page, GP ID: GP000001
                                   New Password: hello

and ignore retype password for now. As u can see, it is printing update 
failed. Can u see the prob?


>From: Robby Russell <rrussell(at)commandprompt(dot)com>
>To: Yasmine Kedoo <yazkedoo(at)hotmail(dot)com>, pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org
>Subject: Re: [PHP] UPDATE - Changing Password
>Date: Sat, 17 Apr 2004 14:57:43 -0700
>Yasmine Kedoo typed this on 04/17/2004 02:48 PM:
>>Hi Robby.
>>That was recommended to me by someone else :)
>>When i remove the trim, i still get the same problem.
>>Any other ideas?
>Are you getting the same exact error at the same exact character in your 
>query? Send me your error and I'll help you more.
>Robby Russell,  |  Sr. Administrator / Lead Programmer
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