The Appdev forum would be the best place to post this, Richard!
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"RichardOMarketing" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:ejf3gn$f6o$1forums.macromedia.com...>I am developing a php site using mysql and apache.
> I have finally managed to get a database connection and am trying now to
> create some recordsets.
> This is where the difficulties lie.....
> I have 14 tables, the majority of which are for drop down menus. - All
> (Single columns) return recordsets with no problems.
> The two main relational tables have multiple columns.
> If I select a the majority of single selected columns, I have no problem
> there are two columns where no recordset is returned. I have tried
> these columns with no effect. The sql query seems fine and does work with
> but two columns.
> Can ayone explain this inconsistency?
> Is it something to do with field definition?
> I am really dying for any help here.