Re: Insert using connector j?
Posted by: Todd Farmer
Date: July 08, 2014 03:07PM

Hi Branden,

"call" is a reserved word in MySQL syntax:

(It's used to invoke stored procedures.)

It's generally a bad idea to name columns with reserved words, but you can do it if you quote the column name with backticks. The following should work:

(ID,email,password,name,`call`,phone_number) VALUES ('"+ user[0] +"','"+ user[1] +"','"+ user[2] +"','"+ user[3] +"','"+ user[4] +"','"+ user[5] +"')");

Note that the actual SQL syntax error message is useful, here - it will tell you generally where it found a syntax error. You should see a message like the following:

ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that
corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'call,phone_number) VALUES (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)' at line 1

It won't tell you the exact problem (the use of a reserved word, the lack of quotation marks around string values, etc.) - but it points you to the exact location of the offending element.

Hope that helps.

Todd Farmer
MySQL @ Oracle

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