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$sql = "SELECT id, file_name FROM files";
$result = $conn->query($sql);

if ($result->num_rows > 0) {
	// output data of each row
	echo '<table width="" align="center">';
	$i = 0;
	while ($row = $result->fetch_assoc()) {
		if (0 === ($i % 4)) {
			echo '<tr valign="top">';
		}
		echo "<td class='tableclass'>ID: " . $row["id"] . "   Name: " . $row["file_name"] . "</td>";
		echo "<td class='imagefont smooth'>&nbsp;   Image: <a href='" . $largeimage . $row["id"] . "'><img src=" . $image . $row["file_name"] . " width='50px' height='50px' /></a><a href='" . $deleteimage . $row["id"] . "'>$link Delete Image from database</a>$linkend&nbsp;</td>";
		if (3 === ($i % 4)) {
			echo "</tr>";
		}
		$i++;
	}
} else {
	echo "Current Images in Database:";
}
$conn->close();
echo '</table>';

?>

</br>

<?php
$sql2 = "SELECT id, f_name FROM documents";
$result2 = $conn->query($sql2);

if ($result2->num_rows > 0) {
	// output data of each row
	echo '<table width="" align="center">';
	$i = 0;
	while ($row = $result2->fetch_assoc()) {
		if (0 === ($i % 4)) {
			echo '<tr valign="top">';
		}
		echo "<td class='tableclass'>ID: " . $row["id"] . "   Name: " . $row["f_name"] . "</td>";
		echo "<td class='imagefont smooth'>&nbsp;   Image: <a href='" . $largeimage . $row["id"] . "'><img src=" . $image . $row["f_name"] . " width='50px' height='50px' /></a><a href='" . $deleteimage . $row["id"] . "'>$link Delete Image from database</a>$linkend&nbsp;</td>";
		if (3 === ($i % 4)) {
			echo "</tr>";
		}
		$i++;
	}
} else {
	echo "Current Images in Database:";
}
$conn->close();
echo '</table>';

?>

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In the above, the first query works perfectly but the second one does not return any results
The records are in the database and the field names are correct
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I'm not sure you can reuse the $conn once it is closed...
so remove the first $conn->close()
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I tried changing the second query to $conn2 but still no luck
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by:doctorbill
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Sorry - managed to sort it
I know why the $conn2 did not work
I just realised that my dbconnect.php connections reference file did not have a reference to $conn2

All good now
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Your solution also works
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The question could be stupid, but have you open a $conn2 connection to the database? Usually one includes a script with the db connection in every script which have to access the db, so you should hve only $conn available, not an $conn2...
What happens removing the first $conn->close() as Gauthier suggested above?
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