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  1. This is posting to any row in mssql that has a matching 'start_date'. I would like it to post rows where start_date = '$start_date' and it also matches the 'meter_id' . It should perform this check of both parameters before posting to mssql. <?php $session_id = $_SESSION['id']; $comm_id = $_GET['meter_id']; $start_date = $_GET['start_date']; $payment_date = $_POST['payment_date']; $amount_paid = $_POST['amount_paid']; $check_number = $_POST['check_number']; $sql = "UPDATE [radiogates].[dbo].[ops_invoice_history] SET payment_date = '$payment_date', amount_paid = '$amount_paid', check_number = '$check_number' where start_date = '$start_date'"; $query = sqlsrv_query($conn, $sql); Thank you for any help.
  2. Hello everyone! I am trying to insert a student into a table (with TIMESTAMP; works with VARCHAR, not TIMESTAMP). Can anyone help? Variable $time_stamp = date("D M j G:i:s T Y"); Populate DB Query ("DROP TABLE IF EXISTS enrolled") || !$link->query("CREATE TABLE enrolled(course_id VARCHAR(50), student_id VARCHAR(50), user_ip VARCHAR(50), time_stamp TIMESTAMP(6)) Insert Query INSERT INTO enrolled(course_id,student_id,user_ip,time_stamp) VALUES('$course','$number','$user_ip','$time_stamp')
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