Warning: Mysqli::mysqli() [function.mysqli-mysqli]: (28000/1045):

Sep 30, 2007

I am getting these two error messages.They are:

Warning: mysqli::mysqli() [function.mysqli-mysqli]: (28000/1045): Access denied for user 'ODBC'@'localhost' (using password: NO) in C:xxxxxwwwabcxxDatabase.class on line 16

Warning: mysqli::query() [function.mysqli-query]: Couldn't fetch mysqli in C:xxxxxwwwabcxxDatabase.class on line 32

Database is not available. Code:

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Warning: Mysqli::mysqli(): (HY000/2005): Unknown MySQL Server

This is very strange and doing my head in. I simply cannot understand why with the same content, the same scripts, and at the same server, it works on site but not the other, below is the error message, [URL]

Warning: mysqli::mysqli(): (HY000/2005): Unknown MySQL server host 'coexistencetrustnews.org.mysql' (2) in /customers/coexistencetrustnews.org/coexistencetrustnews.org/httpd.www/models/class_database.php on line 11 Connect failed: Unknown MySQL server host 'coexistencetrustnews.org.mysql' (2) Warning: mysqli::close(): Couldn't fetch mysqli in /customers/coexistencetrustnews.org/coexistencetrustnews.org/httpd.www/models/class_database.php on line 160


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Mysqli Insert / Error Warning: Mysqli_stmt::bind_param() [mysqli-stmt.bind-param]?

i have this error:

Warning: mysqli_stmt::bind_param() [mysqli-stmt.bind-param]: Number of elements in type definition string doesn't match number of bind variables in E:wampwwwclassesUserLogin.php on line 31

and i dont know what it is :/

here is my code

function createUser($username, $password) {
$mysql = connect();
if($stmt = $mysql->prepare('INSERT INTO users (username, password, alder, hood, fornavn, efternavn, city, ip, level, email) VALUES (?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)')) {
$stmt->bind_param($username,$password, $alder, $hood, $fornavn, $efternavn, $city, $ip, $level, $email);

then my user create the user they only need to type username and password, and later they can edit the profile and edit, email,alder,hood and like that.

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Extending MySqli - Mysqli_error Requires A Mysqli Object

I am extending mysqli and running into a small problem. mysqli_error requires a mysqli object. By extending mysqli I cannot pass that object to that function. Is it possible to extract a parent class? Another was to accomplish this?

myDb extends mysqli
function __constructor(<login details>)
parent::_constructor(<login details>)

Error, needs mysqli Also, my version of php does not support mysql->error or mysql->connect_error (5.1+) so I got to pass the mysqli object.

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Mysqli And Mysql : Is Mysqli Can Be Activated In .htaccess?

Im busy moving a site from localhost to hosted server and im baffled as to why mysqli simply wont run.The following script iscalled after a captcha script has been satisfied, but it just doesnt seem to like the Mysqli.I have converted other simple mysqli scripts, but this one is giving me a big headache.Is Mysqli something that can be activated in .htaccess?

//set up a couple of functions
function doDB() {
global $mysqli;[code].....

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Mysqli Functions Have Mysqli Or Some Have Just Mysql?

I just learned that there are two types(?) of mySQL functions--mysql and mysqli. On w3schools, only the mysql functions are included in their PHP section [URL] php/php_ref_mysql.asp. If I was to turn a mysql function into a mysqli function, could I just add on the 'i' ? For instance, for the function mysql_ select_db(), would I just change it to mysqli_select_db() to get that same function in the mysqli version?

If yes, are there any mysql functions where I couldn't do this? And finally, are there any mysqli functions that don't have a mysql equivalent and is there an up-to-date list of them anywhere?

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Mysqli Extend - Fatal Error: "Call To Undefined Method Mysqli"

i was wondering if you could point me in the right direction. Im extending the mysqli class but can't seem to call the error function..


Fatal error: Call to undefined method mysqli::error() in C:wampwwwvhdocs estmysqli.class.php on line 31. i've also tried parent::mysqli_error and had the same error... I cant see why i cant call the error.....

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Database Driven Websites Chapter 4 - Warning: Mysqli_connect() [function.mysqli-connect]: (/838860800)

my name is bail im new to this forum i have got to chapter four of the book and im getting errors this is the code it says type;

$link = mysqli_connect('localhost', 'root', 'bail');
if (!$link)
$output = 'unable to connect to the database server.';
include 'output.html.php';

but the problem i have is when i change the password like it say's in book to test the password is working im getting error like this Warning: mysqli_connect() [function.mysqli-connect]: (/838860800): in C:Program FilesApache Software FoundationApache2.2htdocsconnectindex.php on line 2 could anyone give me any advise i have tryed reinstall of all the software a few times and all that happens is the number in the error keeps changing

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Warning: Mysqli_real_escape_string() Expects Parameter 1 To Be Mysqli

I am running a php script in XAMPP (see below) and I am constantly getting this error:

Warning: mysqli_real_escape_string() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, resource given in C:xampphtdocsfunstuffsignin.php on line 7

//check for session


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Warning: Mysqli_query() Expects Parameter 1 To Be Mysqli

Warning: mysqli_query() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, null given in C:wampwwwcmsinsert_record.php on line 22

Warning: mysqli_error() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, null given in C:wampwwwcmsinsert_record.php on line 25

Unable to query the database: .

Warning: mysqli_close() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, null given in C:wampwwwcmsinsert_record.php on line 29

if(isset($_POST['title'])) {
$link = mysqli_connect('localhost', 'XXX, '', 'XXX');
if (mysqli_connect_errno()) {
echo '<p>Cannot connect to DB: ' . mysqli_connect_error() . '</p>';


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Create A Mysqli Function?

I need help with creating the store_sql() function used for storing a query in an associative array so I can retrieve the query by the query name, $queries['city_info']This is an example of the parameters for the $queries var:PHP Code:

$db->store_sql('SELECT fname, lname from students WHERE lname=?','student_list' );

This is what I have so far:

PHP Code:
public function store_sql($query, $query_name){

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Error: Warning: Mysqli_stmt::bind_param() [mysqli-stmt.bind-param]: Number Of Variables

This is my Error Warning: mysqli_stmt::bind_param() [mysqli-stmt.bind-param]: Number of variables doesn't match number of parameters in prepared statement in /Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/htdocs/Jil/benutzer_eintragen.php on line 19

and this is my Code
$sql = "INSERT INTO benutzer SET vorname='?', nachname='?', username='?', email='?', passwort='?';";
$stmt = $db->prepare($sql);
$stmt->bind_param("sssss", $vorname, $nachname, $username, $email, $passwort);

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Mysqli Fetch_all() Not A Valid Function?

Thanks to the answers I have figured out that I am unable to use fetch_all() because i am using PHP 5.2.17 - fetch_assoc with while loop worked.The function I am using fetch_all is coming back with this error: Fatal error: Call to undefined method mysqli_result::fetch_all() in

$mysqli = new mysqli($host, $username, $password, $database);
$query = "LONG QUERY that works, tested in phpmyadmin"
$result = $mysqli->query($query);

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Mysqli Free() Member Function?

I have code where I connected to the database like so:

$db = new mysqli("localhost", "user", "pass", "company");

Now when I query the database like so:

//query calls to a stored procedure 'user_info'
$result = $db->query("CALL user_info('$instruc', 'c_register', '$eml', '$pass', '')");

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Function For Mysqli Connection Gives Error?

Newer to creating php functions and mysql. I have function to connect to a database db_conect_nm(). This is in file db_fns.php, and contains the user and password to connect to my db. I created this to have a more secure db connection. I had it in a directory outside of public_html, and got error PHP Warning: sqli::mysqli() [<a href='mysqli.mysqli'>mysqli.mysqli</a>]: (28000/1045): Access denied for user 'negoti7'@'localhost' (using password: NO) ...Looking for solutions, I saw comments which indicated that perhaps this db user did not have permission from root, so I put it in a directory in public_html, same directory as program where it is being called. I still get the same error.I have tested the connection without being a function, and it works. What is wrong, and why is this not working as a function? I really want to put this somewhere other than in the code directly and make it more secure.


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Error Message While Calling Function In Mysqli

the following is the class i tried to develop in oo way in php but as a begginer in php oo i am getting and error message which i do not know how to solve.


and the error is below: Fatal error: Call to undefined method mysqli_result::fetch_all() in D:wampwwwDriverMySQLi_DB.php on line 39

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Mysqli - Prepare Function Returns Null?

This is a terrible question because I don't have a simple way to reproduce it. However, I'm using the Zend Framework to connect to my MySQL database on OS X. Sometimes a call to the prepare function on a mysqli object returns null. The stated return values for the prepare function are false or a statement object.

I can't figure out where else to look for info on why the prepare statement is failing. Is there any way to get visibility into the prepare process to see why it is failing? All of my problems are coming up while a transaction is open.

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Unable To Connect With Mysql Using Mysqli Function?

I want to connect with with mysql using mysqli function but my server dose not support this function it gives me this error

Fatal error: Call to undefined function mysqli_connect() in ...com\wwwroot\Connections\Connect.php on line 8
Error in my_thread_global_end(): 1 threads didn't exit

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MySQLi Extension Function Summary - Manual?

Which is better to use OOP or Prodecude?PHP: The MySQLi Extension Function Summary - ManualWhat is more fast? Which use less memory etc...?

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Mysqli - Function To Handle Most Database Queries Has A With Results?

Here is my little function. It does not handle the results correctly. I do get all the rows that I want, but all the rows of the $results array contain the exact same values.

So i make 2 arrays, a temporary array to hold the values after each fetch, and another array to hold all the temporary arrays. First i take the temp array and map its keys to the column names. Then i give it to bind_result, and call fetch() and use it like I would any other result value.

Could this be because I re-use the $results array?

numresults is the number of values you are taking from each row. if 0, you are not getting any results back.

function db_query($db, $query, $params = NULL, $numresults = 0)
if($stmt = $db -> prepare($query))
if($params != NULL)
call_user_func_array(array($stmt, 'bind_param'), $params);
if(!$stmt -> execute())


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Mysqli - Call To A Member Function Prepare() On A Non-object?

I am trying to write a PHP function. It is very simple. It is just a prepared statement that queries the database, but I can not get this to work. I keep recieving the error Call to a member function prepare() on a non-object. here is the code:

$DBH = new mysqli("host", "test", "123456", "dbname");
function selectInfo($limit, $offset){
$stmt = $DBH->prepare("SELECT * FROM information LIMIT ?,?");
$stmt->bind_param("ii", $limit, $offset);

Any time I call the function i get that error.

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Call Store Procedure From Mysql Function Not Using Mysqli Function

ow to call store procedure from php with mysql function not using mysqli function...

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Mysqli : Store Procedure Not Executing, Getting Error "Warning: Mysqli_num_rows() Expects Parameter 1 To Be Mysqli_result"?

$link = mysqli_connect("localhost",
"username", "testpassword",
"dbname")or die('connection[code]....

I got error like

Warning: mysqli_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli_result, boolean given in sample-sp.php on line 19
Result set has 0 rows.

Warning: mysqli_free_result() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli_result, boolean given in sample-sp.php on line 24

but i change the stored procedure CALL to normal query working fine,

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Error - Mysqli_connect() [ Function.mysqli-connect ] (HY000/2005) Unknown MySQL Server Host

I keep getting the error below once in a while and then it goes away everything works fine. I was wondering how can I correct this problem? And can someone tell me what in hell is causing this problem?

Error. mysqli_connect() [function.mysqli-connect]: (HY000/2005): Unknown MySQL server host

The error above points to the code below.

$mysqli = mysqli_connect("i.db.8473545.hostedresource.com", "i", "password", "i");

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i'm looking for the best possible way for connecting to my database
without too much of an effort.

The example works fine and fast. What i need to know is if it's safe, stable
and the way to go. If anyone has a better way for connecting side-wide to
something i'd like you to show me. I've had it working before using 'global'
but people told me 'global' is bad programming.

One of the possibilities would be to make the link and pass it on to every
function and object but this is NOT an option because it makes my script
less transparant and easy to read.


class My {
private static $connection;

function SQL() {
if(empty(self::$connection)) {
self::$connection = new mysqli("localhost", "user", "password", "db");
return self::$connection;

class User {
function __construct() {
echo "user init<p>";

public function show() {
$query = My::SQL()->query("SELECT * FROM user");
while($row = $query->fetch_object()) {
echo $row->login."<p>";

$user = new User();

//Works here too
$query = My::SQL()->query("SELECT * FROM user");
while($row = $query->fetch_object()) {
echo $row->login."<p>";


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I am having problems finding out the number of rows in the result set, when using prepared statements and bound results. The manual says I should use stored result set, but that is not, as far as I can see, compatible with prepared statements since two separate objects are being used. Here's the code. PHP Code:


    $dbStmt= $dbMysqli->prepare('SELECT a, b FROM table WHERE c=? AND d=?');
    $dbStmt->bind_param('ii', $c, $d);
    $dbStmt->bind_result($a, $b);

    // Need number of rows here, before the loop begins

    while ($dbStmt->fetch()) {
        // Do someting with returned data

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