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1064 Error when trying to DELETE FROM table

Posted on 2008-06-17
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Assistance needed for the following error:

Your request has been sent.
There was an error in your request. Please contact support and reference: 1064

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The following script is deleting two records from two tables that are relationshiped by their id and key.

<?php
session_start();
if(!isset($_SESSION["sessioname"])){
header("location: http://www.site.com/beta/login2.html");
}else{
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////MY PROTECTED CONTENT
include 'header.php';
require_once "dbconnection.php";
 
$id = ($_GET['id']);
 
$sql = "DELETE FROM vendor WHERE id= '$id'";
$sql2 = "DELETE FROM scope WHERE key= '$id'";
 
$res = mysql_query($sql,$mysql);
$res2 = mysql_query($sql2,$mysql);
$link="<a href=\"http://www.site.com/beta/home.php\">Return</a>";
 
 
//deleting vendor from database
if ($res === TRUE) {
            echo "<br/>";
			echo "Your request has been sent.<br/>";
			
			} else {
            printf("There was an error in your request. Please contact support and reference: %s\n", mysql_errno($mysql));
      }
	  
//deleting scope from database
if ($res2 === TRUE) {
            echo "<br/>";
			echo "Your request has been sent.<br/>";
			
			} else {
            printf("There was an error in your request. Please contact support and reference: %s\n", mysql_errno($mysql));
      }
     
}?>

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Question by:digarati
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by:oku86
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Regarding

if ($res === TRUE) {

it should be if ($res == TRUE) (

It should only be two equal signs
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by:digarati
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oku86 thanks for that update. was working. but this i guess is more formal.
i still have the 1064 error, anyone?
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by:DrBrainiac
ID: 21805537
Try this:

$sql = "DELETE FROM `vendor` WHERE `id`= '$id'";
$sql2 = "DELETE FROM `scope` WHERE `key`= '$id'";

You get this error when you use reserved words from MySQL. I suspect it would be the "key" word in this case. To make sure you never get this problem again use the backtick character as in the code above.

You can find more informatiom about this on: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/function-resolution.html
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by:digarati
ID: 21805565
I now get the following error

Parse error: parse error, unexpected '=' in /home/content/site/html/beta/delete_vendor.php on line 12
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$sql = "DELETE FROM vendor WHERE id=$id"
$sq2l = "DELETE FROM scope WHERE key=$id"

 - This should work fine - i use the same in my scripts and it deletes the record without a problem
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by:digarati
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$sql = "DELETE FROM vendor WHERE id=$id";
$sql2 = "DELETE FROM scope WHERE `key`=$id";
what worked for me......
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by:oku86
ID: 21813656
Im glad we managed to figure it out in the end :)
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