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My Update function cannot successful update to sql table even don't have any error. Please help to check .....thx


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  1. <?php
  2. require_once 'header.php';
  3. ?>
  4. <style type="text/css">
  5. <!--
  6. .style1 {
  7.     font-size: 24px;
  8.     font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
  9.     color: #FF0000;
  10. }
  11. .style7 {color: #FF0000}
  12. .style8 {color: #000000}
  13. .style10 {color: #000066}
  14. .style11 {color: #0000FF}
  15. .style12 {font-size: 24px}
  16. -->
  17. </style>
  20.       <table width="507" height="122" border="5" align="center" bordercolor="#00FFFF">
  21.       <tr>
  22.             <td width="497"><div align="center" class=" style11 style12">Edit  Administrator's Information </div></td>
  23.       </tr>
  24.       <tr>
  25.               <form action="customeredit1.php" method="post" name="form1" id="form1">
  26.                 <td width="497" bordercolor="#00FFFF"><div align="center">
  27.                     <p class="style2"> <span class="style8">Insert Product Order's Customer Name To Modify The Information </span><br />
  28.                         <input name="txt1" type="text" id="txt1" size="50" maxlength="60" />
  29.                     </p>
  30.                   <p class="style2">
  31.                       <input name="button2" type="submit" id="button2" value="Search" />
  32.                   </p>
  33.                   <p class="style2"><span class="style2 style7">*<span class="style10">User can't modify the customer's name in this page! </span>*</span></p>
  34.                 </div></td>
  35.             </form>
  36.       </tr>
  37.     </table>
  38. <p align="center"><a href=adminpage.php>Click here  back to Main Menu</a></p>
  40.       <p align="center" class="style1">
  41.         <?php
  42. require_once 'footer.php';
  43. ?>
  44.       </p>

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  1. <?php
  2. require_once 'header.php';
  3. ?>
  5. <style type="text/css">
  6. <!--
  7. .style12 {
  8.     font-weight: bold;
  9.     font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
  10. }
  11. .style16 {color: #CC0000}
  12. .style5 {font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif}
  13. .style19 {color: #FF0000}
  14. .style20 {color: #000066}
  15. .style17 {font-size: 12px}
  16. .style22 {font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12px; }
  17. -->
  18. </style>
  19. <form name="form1" method="post" action="customeredit2.php">
  20. <table width="717" border="1" align="center">
  21.             <?php
  22.             $txt = $_POST["txt1"];
  24.             $sql = "SELECT * from mailnow where customerid LIKE '%$txt%'";
  25.             $result = mysql_query($sql)
  26.                    or die("SQL select statement failed");
  28.             $record=mysql_num_rows($result);
  30.                 if ($txt == "")
  31.                 {
  32.                     echo'
  33.                     <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
  34.                         window.alert("Please insert name!");
  35.                     </SCRIPT>';
  36.                     require "customeredit.php";
  37.                     return;
  38.                 }
  40.                 elseif ($record==0)
  41.                 {
  42.                     echo'
  43.                     <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
  44.                         window.alert("Record not found!");
  45.                     </SCRIPT>';
  46.                     require "customeredit.php";
  47.                     return;
  48.                 }
  50.                 elseif ($record)
  51.                 {
  52.                     while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result))  
  53.                     {
  54.                         $product = $row["product"];
  55.                         $mailtype = $row["mailtype"];
  56.                         $mailboxes = $row["mailboxes"];
  57.                         $price= $row["price"];
  58.                         $name= $row["name"];
  59.                         $company = $row["company"];
  60.                         $department = $row["department"];
  61.                         $address1 = $row["address1"];
  62.                         $address2 = $row["address2"];
  63.                         $city = $row["city"];
  64.                         $state = $row["state"];
  65.                         $zip = $row["zip"];
  66.                         $email = $row["email"];
  67.                         $contact = $row["contact"];
  69.                     }
  70.                 }
  71.             ?>
  72.   <tr>
  73.     <td width="207" align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left" class="style22">Product Information </div></td>
  74.     <td width="494" bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left"><?php echo("<input name='product' type='text' value='$product' size='60'/>") ; ?></div></td>
  75.   </tr>
  76.   <tr>
  77.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left" class="style22">Type</div></td>
  78.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left"><?php echo("<input name='mailtype' type='text' value='$mailtype' size='60'/>") ; ?></div></td>
  79.   </tr>
  80.   <tr>
  81.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">No. of mailboxes / No.of computers : </span></td>
  82.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='mailboxes' type='text' value='$mailboxes' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  83.   </tr>
  84.   <tr>
  85.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">Price </span></td>
  86.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='price' type='text' value='$price' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  87.   </tr>
  88.   <tr>
  89.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">Name </span></td>
  90.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='name' type='text' value='$name' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  91.   </tr>
  92.   <tr>
  93.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">Company</span></td>
  94.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='company' type='text' value='$company' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  95.   </tr>
  96.   <tr>
  97.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">Department</span></td>
  98.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='department' type='text' value='$department' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  99.   </tr>
  100.   <tr>
  101.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left" class="style22">Address 1</div></td>
  102.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left"><?php echo("<input name='address1' type='text' value='$address1' size='60'/>") ; ?></div></td>
  103.   </tr>
  104.   <tr>
  105.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left" class="style22"><strong>Address 2</strong></div></td>
  106.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><div align="left"><?php echo("<input name='address2' type='text' value='$address2' size='60'/>") ; ?></div></td>
  107.   </tr>
  108.   <tr>
  109.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">City</span></td>
  110.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='city' type='text' value='$city' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  111.   </tr>
  112.   <tr>
  113.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">State</span></td>
  114.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='state' type='text' value='$state' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  115.   </tr>
  116.   <tr>
  117.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">Zip</span></td>
  118.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='zip' type='text' value='$zip' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  119.   </tr>
  120.   <tr>
  121.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">E-mail </span></td>
  122.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='email' type='text' value='$email' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  123.   </tr>
  124.   <tr>
  125.     <td align="left" bgcolor="#9999FF"><span class="style22">Contact Number</span></td>
  126.     <td bgcolor="#9999FF"><?php echo("<input name='contact' type='text' value='$contact' size='60'/>") ; ?></td>
  127.   </tr>
  128. </table>
  129.         <p align="center"><span class="style19">*</span> <span class="style20">This page cannot modify the administrator's name. </span><span class="style19">*</span> </p>
  130.         <div align="center">
  131.           <input type="submit" name="submit" value="MODIFY">
  132.           <input type="reset" name="Submit2" value="RESET">
  133.           <input type="submit" name="submit" value="CANCEL" />
  134.       </div>
  135. </form>
  137. <?php
  138. require_once 'footer.php';
  139. ?>

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  1. <?php
  2. require_once 'header.php';
  3. ?>
  5. <?php
  7.     $product = $_POST["product"];
  8.     $mailtype = $_POST["mailtype"];
  9.     $mailboxes = $_POST["mailboxes"];
  10.     $price = $_POST["price"];
  11.     $name = $_POST["name"];
  12.     $company = $_POST["company"];
  13.     $department = $_POST["department"];
  14.     $address1 = $_POST["address1"];
  15.     $address2 = $_POST["address2"];
  16.     $city = $_POST['city'];
  17.     $state = $_POST['state'];
  18.     $zip = $_POST['zip'];
  19.     $email = $_POST['email'];
  20.     $contact = $_POST['contact'];
  21.     $submit = $_POST['submit'];
  23.     $sql = "SELECT * from mailnow where customerid = '$customerid'";
  24.     $result = mysql_query($sql) or die("SQL select statement failed!");
  25.     $result=mysql_query($sql);
  27.     if ($submit=="MODIFY")
  28.     {
  29.         $sql = "UPDATE  mailnow SET product='$product', mailtype='$mailtype', mailboxes='$mailboxes', price='$price' , name='$name' where customerid = '$customerid'";
  30.         $result = mysql_query($sql) or die("SQL select statement failed");
  32.         if ($result)
  33.         {
  34.             require "customeredit.php";
  35.             echo'
  36.             <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
  37.             window.alert ("Updated Success !!!");</SCRIPT>';
  38.         }
  39.         else   { die(mysql_error()); }
  40.     }    
  42.     elseif ($submit=="CANCEL")
  43.     {
  44.         require "customeredit.php";
  45.     }
  47.     else   { die(mysql_error()); }
  49. ?>
  50. <?php
  51. require_once 'footer.php';
  52. ?>
Nov 9 '09 #1
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Try turning the error messages on.
That should help you pinpoint the problem.

Post the errors you get here if you are having trouble fixing them.
Nov 9 '09 #2
2 New Member
dun hv any error msg..... :(
Nov 9 '09 #3
8,658 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
the only thing on my mind is that the customerid is invalid, so that the update query is not matching any dataset (but it would not return false, since the query was successful)

try mysql_affected_ rows()
Nov 9 '09 #4

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