Asked  7 Months ago    Answers:  5   Viewed   28 times

I have got an old site that has recently been displaying an error which is weird as its been untouched for some time. I get the following:

Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 8

What is the cause of this and how should I fix it?

It is a PHP/MySQL site.



If I remember correctly, this error typically stems from a code segment like the following:

// You probably have some code similar to this
$var = mysql_result( $result, 0, 'column_name');

Where either the query fails or the column doesn't exist. Check that $result is a valid MySQL resource to make sure that the SQL is valid, then make sure you're actually getting results from the database before trying to call mysql_result.

Or, better yet, using mysql_fetch_array instead of manually fetching every column value (if you have multiple columns returned from the query).

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
answered 7 Months ago

You don't need to escape your variables in a prepared statement, instead you should bind your variables before executing the statement. Also the column names should be inside ` marks.

$stmt = $dbConnectionW->prepare("UPDATE members SET 
                          WHERE `confirmcode`=?");

I haven't included all the bound parameters for brevity.

Hope this helps.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
answered 7 Months ago

Delete your other question, ok?

The problem is you loop through $_SESSION and use the same name value each time. You need to create an array of your inputs. Here is an example:

echo '<h3>Your Order</h3>';
$current_url = base64_encode($url='http://'.$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'].$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']);
     echo '<ol>';
     echo '<form action="checkout_with_us.php" method="POST">';
     $total = 0;
     $cart_items = 0;

        foreach($_SESSION['products'] as $cart_itm){
           $product_code = $cart_itm['code'];
           $results = $mysqli->query("SELECT product_name,product_desc,price FROM products WHERE product_code='$product_code' LIMIT 1");
             $obj = $results->fetch_object();
                echo '<li>';
                echo 'Price: '.$currency.$obj->price;
                echo '<h4>'.$obj->product_name.'(Code: '.$product_code.')</h4>';
                echo 'Qty: '.$cart_itm['qty'];
                echo '</li>';

                   $subtotal = ($cart_itm['price'] * $cart_itm['qty']);
                     $total = ($total + $subtotal);
                       echo '<input type="hidden" name="product['.$product_code.'][item_name]" value="'.$obj->product_name.'">';
                       echo '<input type="hidden" name="product['.$product_code.'][item_desc]" value="'.$obj->product_desc.'">';
                       echo '<input type="hidden" name="product['.$product_code.'][item_qty]" value="'.$cart_itm["qty"].'">';
                       echo '<input type="hidden" name="product['.$product_code.'][item_code]" value="'.$product_code.'">';     
                    echo '<strong>Sub Total: '.$currency.$total.'</strong>';
                    echo '<input type="hidden" name="product['.$product_code.'][price]" value="'.$total.'">';
                    echo '</ol>';   

//Here is the information of the customer
echo 'Firstname: <input type="text" name="firstname"><br />';
echo 'Lastname: <input type="text" name="lastname"><br />';
echo 'Email: <input type="text" name="email"><br />';
echo '<input type="submit" value="Send Step">';

echo '</form>';

You can catch this by looping in your product array:

$firstname = $_POST['firstname'];
$lastname = $_POST['lastname'];
$email = $_POST['email'];

$conn = mysqli_connect('localhost','root','','sampsix')or die('Could not connect');

foreach($_POST['product'] as $product)
    $order_name = $product['item_name'];
    $order_code = $product['item_code'];
    $order_qty = $product['item_qty'];
    $sub_total = $product['price'];

    $query = "INSERT INTO `sampsix`.`orders`(`firstname`,`lastname`,`email`,`OrderName`,`OrderCode`,`OrderQty`,`SubTotal`) VALUES('$firstname','$lastname','$email','$order_name','$order_code','$order_qty','$sub_total')";


header('Location: checkout.php');

I don't know what the purpose is of the table orders but with my example the products will be added to this table with the same firstname, lastname, etc.

Saturday, May 29, 2021
answered 5 Months ago

You can do joins to get around with duplicate records.

FROM    TableName a
        INNER JOIN
            SELECT  PersonID, ItemID, COUNT(*) totalCount
            FROM    TableName
            GROUP   BY PersonID, ItemID
            HAVING  COUNT(*) > 1
        ) b ON  a.PersonID = b.PersonID AND
                a.ItemID = b.ItemID
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Friday, July 30, 2021
answered 3 Months ago
$ pip3 install mysqlclient

indicates that you are intending to use Python3 install the package. Based on the errors in the description, I believe that MySQL maybe missing from your machine. According to mysqlclient repo, MySQLConnectorC is one of the prerequisite to run mysqlclient on OSX.

brew install mysql-connector-c

should solve your issue.

Wednesday, September 1, 2021
answered 2 Months ago
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