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Transitioning to PDO/MySQL.  Need help  with CSV import error

Posted on 2014-12-30
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I have worked this many ways.  I am getting the following errors:

Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'PDOException' with message 'SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1064 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 'Option) VALUES('02802', 'Color', 'Blue', '')'

PDOStatement->execute(Array) #1 {main} thrown



Data looks  like this:

02801|Color|"Burgundy"                  
02802|Color|"Blue"                  
02808|Color|"Burgundy"                  
02890|Color|"Burgundy"                  
02891|Color|"Blue"                  
02892|Color|"Burgundy"                  
02893|Color|"Blue"                  
07200|Length|"26"""                  
07201|Length|"21"""                  



$filename="DealerCatalogOptionExport.csv";




//open the file
$handle = fopen($filename, "r");
//this is what causes it to skip
fgetcsv($handle,"'","|");



//begin looping through the lines
while (($data = fgetcsv($handle,"'","|")) !== FALSE)
{


// loop all column values and escape special characters
 foreach ($data as $key => $value){
  $data[$key] = $value;
}


$statement = $conn->prepare('INSERT IGNORE INTO options (ParentSKU, SKU, Choice, Option) VALUES(:ParentSKU, :SKU, :Choice, :Option)');

		$params = array(":ParentSKU" => isset($data[0])?$data[0]:"",
						":SKU" => isset($data[1])?$data[1]:"",
						":Choice" => isset($data[2])?$data[2]:"",
						":Option" => isset($data[3])?$data[3]:"");
		$statement->execute($params); 
	
echo $data[0]."&nbsp;".$data[1]."&nbsp;".$data[2]."&nbsp;".$data[3]."<BR>";
	
	
	}

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PDO and prepared statements wouldn't give you this error as the values are not part of the sql.

right syntax to use near 'Option) VALUES('02802', 'Color', 'Blue', '')'

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So are you sure the error is not coming from somewhere else?
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Thanks for your help Gary!!

Actually, 'Option' is a reserved word and cannot be used.  I changed it to 'Opt' and it worked fine.
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by:lawrence_dev
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Thanks!
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