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Title: MySQL syntax error in downloaded code
Post by: quakerc on November 27, 2007, 05:09:50 PM
There is a small error, a missing comma, in line 286 of .../class/operator.php which is enough to cause MySQL to fail when trying to update operator details.  The comma should come between the showpic item and the picture item. 
It's simple to fix if you have access to the  code but this is not always the case with users who are using code installed by a hosting company for them.
QuakerC :)


Title: Re: MySQL syntax error in downloaded code
Post by: HCL Admin on November 27, 2007, 06:30:30 PM
What version is this, as the only thing on the current version at like 286 is a } else {

Can you give a code snippit so I can track this down?


Title: Re: MySQL syntax error in downloaded code
Post by: surG on August 26, 2008, 02:25:55 PM
Yes. . .  quakerc . . .  it worked. .  in fact it was the same problem i was searching a solution for.  :) thanks a lotttt

I'm using HCL version 2. 1. 7 and its working fine for me.

And thanks for HCL.  its a cool tool :)