Mysql UPDATE Syntax


Dec 7, 2000

what is wrong with this code? It generates no erros, but doesn't work either:

$query = "UPDATE $usertable SET dl=dl+1 WHERE id=$id";
$result = MYSQL_QUERY($query);

There is a unique id number for every row in my table. There is also a column called "dl" which holds the number of downloads certain files have gotten. I'm trying this code on my download page so that every time someone downloads a file (identified by its id number) the "dl" column for that file is incremented.

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my first attempted at doing database stuff

$link = resdb::connect();
$q = "IF ( EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM property AS this WHERE this.name = $propertyname ) )"
."begin"
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SYNTAX
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Code:

<?php
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