I have a problem with reading data from database. Everything displays correctly except the 'Message' row which doesn't show up at all.Problem is in the longtext data type. If I change it to mediumtext (or text) it works. Below is a table conf and a query.
I have a database which has a table named main and a field named description typ of description is longtext I can insert more than 100 word through phpmyadmin. but can't insert through form submit by post method. but Here i can insert 10 word through same form submit. Even I can use echo with that form field having 100 words but no data is inserting in database.
i create table in mysql and i think alot of about php code use the table to show rows of one column on link (one under one). when click on of them show the opposite row in next column and under the link which click on it. important information the columns which i speak about the frist column is varchar (100) the second column longtext.
I have a column in a mysql table defined as longtext data type. I am trying to search for key words using php. I know that mysql indexes the first 1k (1024 chars) of data but I can't seem to even search the first byte.
I web user copys and pastes a letter into a web form and submits. The field is saved in a longtext field.When I look at the letter in the database table it looks formatted correctly with line breaks and paragraphs as how the user submitted but when I echo to the screens everything is on one line missing all the line breaks and paragraphs.
I expect a table to have thousands of entries. The table only has foreign keys and dates in it, no CHAR or VARCHAR fields.However, I need a field called Settings to store a lot of encoded data, but i DON'T need to normally refer to this data in a query or join or etc., i.e. it's only used in post-process.So, would it be recommended, using mysql 4.x or 5.x, to put the LONGTEXT field in another table and join the rows one-to-one by an ID? I'm thinking the main table may query faster with no blob-like fields in them. Again, this table could have 10,000+ records in it at one point.
I have a Long Text field in my database. The data shows fine the in the database, with linefeeds all fine. When I try to pull that information out, the linefeeds turn into spaces. How do I get the data out in the same format it went in?
Now, when I enter in some sentences into the textarea, and do a submit, I then extract the value and insert into the mysql db. The field in the DB is defined as a longtext.
The problem is that this seems to only work if my sentence has about 15 words (approx 2 rows). If I go beyond 15 words, it won't store it. I don't seem to be getting any errors output either. I was thinking that perhaps the form itself is causing the issue since when entering in the data, it does a wrap around.
Note if I do 15 words or less, it is stored properly in the DB.
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I want to display an error message if the user submits data into one of the form <input> fields is invalid.
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Would return: 1, 121, 21-22, 31 (it's ordering by the first digit in the value only).
Is there a datatype that will allow me to include hypens, but still order properly as numeric data?
I am a student taking my first PHP class - semester is almost over and my final project is finished, but I'd like to learn to do something and add it to my project. I would like to query a table in my database regarding its structure and based on that dynamically create a form to edit contents.
So, from the result I'd like to pull the table column names and field lengths, maybe the types. I believe that an mysql DESCRIBE query will get me that information, but how do I go about assigning the return to variables so I can create my form. How do I get the column names instead of the data in a normal query, and how do I get the data type and length?
In a forum elsewhere there was a question concerning the use of radio buttons and the stated that they were placing values into data fields that were TINY INT(1) which I believe is also a BOOLEAN data type and will accept only the values of 0 or 1, am I correct in my thinking since I pointed out that they were in fact using a BOOLEAN whether they knew it or not.