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Old January 3rd, 2005, 02:07 PM
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I am new to both technologies and have a question.

I have a small very MySQL DB with a single table trying to generate PHP and HTML code to display the table in a browser for a proof of concept. The problem is that I do not see any display nor any error messages in the browser when I run the code. I am copying examples from different sources in hoping that something will trigger a result, but so far no luck.

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YOu should save the file you have made in *.php (php extension), do not save with *.html;
But, can you give me the code of the file you have made ??? Also the name of the file...
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Have you installed PHP and MySQL?

If so, call the PHP code with error handlers like this:

mysql_some_operation(params) or die(mysql_error());

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