August 25, 2013

MYSQL IN Clause error

NewPHP’s Question:

I have used the below code in mysql query:

foreach($pID as $p)
$table_tsk  = new Timesheets_Table_Tasks();
$select_tsk = $table_tsk->select()
            ->from($table_tsk, array
           ->where('timesheets_tasks.ProjectID IN ('.$AIDS.')')

But using the above code I am getting the following error:

“An error has occured
SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘))’ at line 1”

I have added a quotation mark(") for IN clause. But the problem is the query only displays for the first $AIDS number. Could someone help me to clear the error?

It should be specified as:

->where('timesheets_tasks.ProjectID IN (?)', $all_PIDs)

so you’re passing an array of integers, not the comma-separated list of it

On your codes the quotes are not part of your MySQL query but only your PHP portion. DO this

$AIDS= "'".implode("','",$all_PIDs)."'";

And then

>where('timesheets_tasks.ProjectID IN ('.$AIDS.')'

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