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Re: Arduino UPDATE Mysql
Posted by: Chuck Bell ()
Date: June 16, 2016 06:54AM

Hi. I can help. Please send me your entire sketch so I can see what is happening. However, I observe one thing immediately (but not the cause of the issue): you do not need to use sprintf() when there are no items to replace/format.

There are a number of things on the database side that could need attention. One way to determine if there is a problem with the query statement is to run the query on the server itself (use the mysql client).

I will reply once I see your complete sketch and look it over.

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