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Re: Okay....
Posted by: Nick Roper
Date: August 01, 2004 09:12AM

Jim,

OK, I'll try one more time:

Yes, I have seen the SQL = "SELECT * from Visitors" statement, but this is NOT what I am asking you for!

You have said that the problem occurs when the new visitor is added, so that is the statement that I've been asking for. e.g. something like:

"INSERT INTO VISITORS (Visitor, VistDate, IP) VALUES (etc...) ;"

Once again, I'm not doubting your asp coding, but without being able to see what the actual statement is that is being used (not the function calls are that used to build it), then it's going to be difficult to try and spot the problem.

Also, I asked if you have tried updating the table with a 5 character name directly from the mysql prompt (which I was able to do using your table definition). Have you actually tried doing this?


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Nick Roper

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