PHP Oracle Warnings

I'm getting PHP Warnings that I'm not able to debug and can't find any useful explanations when searching:

$sql = "select PRODUCT from table where ... ";
            
      $rs = oci_parse($this->Connection,$sql);
      oci_execute($rs);

      if($row = oci_fetch_object($rs, OCI_ASSOC)) {
            $myobjects->product = $row->PRODUCT;
      }
      
PHP Warning:  oci_execute(): ORA-00936: missing expression
PHP Warning:  oci_fetch_object(): ORA-24374: define not done before fetch or execute and fetch in ...

Any assistance would be appreciated!
kevbob650Asked:
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
The "ORA-00936: missing expression" implies there is a syntax issue in the select.

You didn't post it all so we cannot help troubleshoot it.

Copy and paste the full select into sqlplus or some other tool and verify the syntax.
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Loganathan NatarajanLAMP DeveloperCommented:
It is an issue of SELECT statement parameters or conditions you applied. Better post the full code of the statement.
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kevbob650Author Commented:
It was a syntax error that I missed.  I need to check if the variables I am passing to the select statement are valid.
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