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Bug #27054 query's fail after a couple of insert's&update's
Submitted: 2004-01-26 20:18 UTC Modified: 2004-01-28 20:23 UTC
From: t dot noest at noestnet dot nl Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: MSSQL related
PHP Version: 4CVS, 5CVS OS: windows nt4 sp6
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2004-01-26 20:18 UTC] t dot noest at noestnet dot nl
win nt4 sp6a fresh SQLServer install with sp4. ntwdblib.dll 7.00.839 . PHP 4.3.4 from your windows executable installer, as cgi with IIS 4.0. Textsize and TextLimit 2147483647, rest standard. 
After an insert, a select (computed result), a select, then a, quite lenghty, insert, then an computed select, and then nope, nada!
free_result, free statement(works on what? not my SQLstring, my cn, my rs var's ?)
Disconnect DB and connect again: nope!
the most simplest SELECT, even on some other table returns "Warning: mssql_query(): Query failed in..."
Reverse the order: the 2nd statement after the lenghty insert he's gone. 
Rerun the script does exact the same thing....
Now I need this statements to be done in this order! Other (shorter) scripts run fine! This was the same with PHP4.3.3 Updating didn't change this sithuation. 
I feel silly, do I have to make some sort of 2-pass script to get my work done?

Reproduce code:
Debug output of my script including all the SQL statements: 
script of database:
flat file's with data from db: ..base3.txt

I would not like to expose this for to long... Can you guy's give me a wink when you got 'em?

Thanks in advance,



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 [2004-01-26 20:44 UTC] t dot noest at noestnet dot nl
Install of Latest Stable(4.3.5RC2-dev) did not change anything. And I checked the script runs and is not cached etc.
 [2004-01-26 21:36 UTC]
Do you get more information why the queries fail if you 
add 'var_dump(mssql_get_last_message());' after the mssql_query line(s)?

 [2004-01-27 06:19 UTC] t dot noest at noestnet dot nl
No, the 'last message' stay's the same after the failing queries.
 [2004-01-28 20:23 UTC] t dot noest at noestnet dot nl
Something went wrong in my DBAL with the parsing of the commands.... :-( My fault. mssql does not tell that it did not get any commands...., mysql does.

Look at it from the good side: query's in excess of 1 kb are no problem. Now I'm sure.

Sorry Folks!
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