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Warning: mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result

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how can i fix these error and what does it mean
Warning: mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result
resource in C:\wamp\www\test_php\log\search\result.php on line 8

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  1. <?php
  2.  
  3. @mysql_connect('localhost','user2','point')or die('could not connect');
  4. @mysql_select_db('files') or die('could not select database');
  5.  
  6. $term = $_GET['term'];
  7. $sql = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM user WHERE Fname LIKE %term%");
  8. while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($sql))
  9. {
  10. echo 'Fname : '.$row ['Fname'];
  11. echo '<br/>Lname :'.$row ['Lname'];
  12. echo '<br/>Address : '.$row ['Address'];
  13. echo '<br/>phone no: '.$row ['phone no'];
  14. echo '<br/>Email: '.$row ['Email'];
  15. echo '<br/><br/>';
  16. }
  17. ?>
  18.  
Dec 19 '08 #1
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When you have a mysql error, you can output the error by echoing mysql_error() after the query has been sent.

example:
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  1. $sql = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM user WHERE Fname LIKE '%term%'");
  2. if(!$sql)
  3. echo mysql_error();
  4.  
In your query you must put %term% between quotes.

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  1. $sql = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM user WHERE Fname LIKE '%term%' ");
  2.  
Dec 19 '08 #2
Dormilich
8,652 Expert Mod 8TB
actually, what is %term% (or did you mean $term or %$term%)?
Dec 19 '08 #3
ak1dnar
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Hi Simon,
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The meaning of that error is, there is no "result set" after executing that query. may be your SQL statement is in correct.
Dec 20 '08 #4
Markus
6,050 Expert 4TB
You get this because your query is returning no results. You should check using mysql_num_rows(), and, as mentioned before, it is very good practice to use the mysql_error() function on any query you do.

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Dec 20 '08 #5

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