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PHP: Storing SQL Queeries in a MySQL database


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Linden

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I have a database with queries stored in it, so I can change the value in the DB rather than editing the PHP files directly.

EG: It will call something like "INSERT INTO `booking` (`value1`) VALUES "$value1";
and $value1 = 'lols';

When it runs however, it just inserts $value1 into the database. How can I get around this?

Edited by Linden, 07 December 2009 - 03:24 AM.

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gregrulez

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You have to tell MySQL that you are intending to use parameters, here is a quick link that should help you.

Stored Procedures Parameters in MySQL
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