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Problem with MySQL DB in a PHP application
Posted by: Neelay Thaker
Date: August 11, 2005 08:15PM

I have a PHP application, which is an Event Management System.
I just moved this application from a server outside my organization to my own server. I have changed the DB connection file to point to my server.
When I try to add events/sections, everything happens as usual (no exception is raised), except that the added event/section does not show up and an entry for the event is also not made in the MySQL table. Same is true for adding/deleting/editing events/sections. I am connecting to the database as the root, so privilage issues should not arise and even if they do arise, a MySQL error should be displayed. I also checked the mysql_affected_rows() and it displays 1, indicating that the insert query was executed successfully. However, when I check the MySQL table, I find no matching entry.
Any ideas on what the problem could be?

Your help is highly appreciated! Thanks.


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