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<?php

$query =
mssql_query("

SELECT UserID
FROM ordnn_Forum_Posts


");




if(mssql_num_rows($query) > 0){
while($r=mssql_fetch_array($query)){


echo "<pre>";
print_r($r);
echo "</pre>";


}
} else {
echo mssql_get_last_message();
}


?>

 

Okay, I'm just trying to simply grab and display the UserID from ordnn_Forum_Posts. I'm getting this error:

Changed database context to 'outlawracingcom'.

 

 

I've looked around a little bit and noticed some references saying it is just a message not an actual error. If this was the case, I would be able to at least see/get my information. I just get the error and a white page to follow it.

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I'm connected, if I wasn't connected the first thing is it wouldn't be saying 'outlawracingcom' because it wouldn't have a connection to pull that value.

 

This is at the top:

$server = 'ww26.empiredatatech.com';
$link = mssql_connect($server, 'user', 'pass');

Which, no it isn't using mssql_select_db(), but this code below works perfect:

 

<?php

$server = 'ww26.empiredatatech.com';
$link = mssql_connect($server, 'outlaw', 'out98765law');




$query =
mssql_query("

SELECT ordnn_Users.userid, ordnn_Users.username, ordnn_Users.email, ordnn_UserPortals.CreatedDate
FROM ordnn_Users
JOIN ordnn_UserPortals ON ordnn_Users.userid = ordnn_UserPortals.userid

");




if(mssql_num_rows($query) > 0){
while($r=mssql_fetch_array($query)){

$r[] = '00000000006xrqeiww
i1cjyo000000
qlaq52000000
qlaq52000000';

$r[] = crc32(strtolower($r[2])) . strlen($r[2]);

$r[0] = $r[0]+200;
echo "<pre>";
print_r($r);
echo "</pre>";


}
} else {
echo mssql_get_last_message();
}


?>

 

 

 

 

edit:

$server = 'ww26.empiredatatech.com';
$link = mssql_connect($server, 'user', 'pass');
mssql_select_db('outlawracingcom', $link);

 

This doesn't change the error one bit :(

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