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Old 08-27-2002, 05:08 PM
DigiCrime DigiCrime is offline
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i was working on something and I noticed this in phpmyadmin

Notice: Undefined variable: sub_part in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\phpMyAdmin\tbl_properties_links.php on line 40
Structure Browse SQL Select Insert Export Operations Options Empty Drop

Showing rows 0 - 1 (2 total)

Notice: Uninitialized string offset: 27 in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\phpMyAdmin\libraries\sqlparser.lib.php on line 186
SQL-query : [Edit] [Explain SQL Code] [Create PHP Code]
FROM `phpbb_users` LIMIT 0, 30

after i updated a table.... umm Whats all this mean? Something wrong with how i installed it, or my SQL messed up?

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Old 08-29-2002, 10:22 PM
DigiCrime DigiCrime is offline
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ok since no one has responded maybe this will help.

Im running two servers on the same machine now. I installed apache, sql and php on different ports just to see whats up.

This error I get is using IIS 5, PHP4 and mySQL 3xxx something. When I installed apache, I get no errors, so it has to be one of a few things... SQL on PHP is configured wrong but I dunnoe which or what... Ideas?

Old 08-30-2002, 10:13 PM
TEN TEN is offline
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about the line 40 error, it means you're trying to do something with a number that doesn't exist. Like this:
PHP Code:
+= 1// this adds 1 to $num
now, the problem with this, is $num doesn't have a value, how can you add 1 to NULL? you can't. PHP assumes it's 0, and carries on. You are only seeing the error because you have your error_reporting up on E_ALL (more than likely E_ALL).

Make sure you have something like this:
PHP Code:
0// this initializes $num with a value of 0
$num += 1/* now you have something to add too (0) you have no error */
hope this helps!

- Davey

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