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SQl statements getting parse errors

Posted on 2007-03-20
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Can you tell me what looks wrong with this?

$PremiumFound = false;
$NormalFound = false;

$conn = mysql_connect("","","");
mysql_select_db("providers",$conn);

$SQLStrings(0) = mysql_query("SELECT Top 1 * FROM tblAdspace where tblAdspace.strProviderservice = '" .$_REQUEST['strProviderservice']. "' AND (tblAdspace.strZipcode = '" .$_REQUEST['strZipcode']. "' OR tblAdspace.strTown = '" .$_REQUEST['strTown']. "') AND  tblAdspace.strAd_size = 'Premium'")
or die(mysql_error());

$SQLStrings(1) = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM tblAdspace where tblAdspace.strProviderservice = '" .$_REQUEST['strProviderservice']. "' AND (tblAdspace.strZipcode = '" .$_REQUEST['strZipcode']. "' OR tblAdspace.strTown = '" .$_REQUEST['strTown']. "') AND  tblAdspace.strAd_size = 'Basic' ")
or die(mysql_error());
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First: SELECT TOP 1 * FROM tblAdspace should be replaced by SELECT * FROM tblAdspace (SELECT TOP 1 is not a valid SQL statement)
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by:pingeyeg
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I don't know, I'm still getting the error.
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What is the error you get ?
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Parse error: parse error in /Library/WebServer/Documents/providers.php on line 357
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by:elfe69
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The error you get is not an SQL error, but a PHP parse error: the code in your PHP page is not correct, look at line 357 in your providers.php file
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by:pingeyeg
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I don't understand.  Does that mean that maybe I have a quote or double quote wrong or missing?  Is it referring to a syntax error?
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Yes, you have certainly a syntax error in your PHP code
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