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<?php $GLOBALS['title']="Admission-HMS"; $base_url="http://localhost/hms/"; require('./../../inc/sessionManager.php'); require('./../../inc/dbPlayer.php'); require('./../../inc/fileUploader.php'); require('./../../inc/handyCam.php'); $ses = new \sessionManager\sessionManager(); $ses->start(); if($ses->isExpired()) { header( 'Location:'.$base_url.'login.php'); } else { $name=$ses->Get("loginId"); } $msg=""; if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") { if (isset($_POST["btnSave"])) { $db = new \dbPlayer\dbPlayer(); $msg = $db->open(); echo '<script type="text/javascript"> alert("'.$msg.'");</script>'; if ($msg = "true") { $userIds = $db->getAutoId("U"); $flup = new fileUploader\fileUploader(); $perPhoto = $flup->upload("/hms/files/photos/",$_FILES['perPhoto'], $userIds[1]); // var_dump($perPhoto); $handyCam=new \handyCam\handyCam(); if (strpos($perPhoto, 'Error:') === false) { $dateNow=date("Y-m-d"); $data = array( 'userId' => $userIds[1], 'userGroupId' => "UG004", 'name' => $_POST['name'], 'studentId' => $_POST['stdId'], 'cellNo' => $_POST['cellNo'], 'gender' => $_POST['gender'], 'dob' => $handyCam->parseAppDate($_POST['dob']), 'passportNo' => $_POST['passportNo'], 'fatherName' => $_POST['fatherName'], 'fatherCellNo' => $_POST['fatherCellNo'], 'perPhoto' => $perPhoto, 'admitDate' => $dateNow, 'isActive' => 'Y' ); $result = $db->insertData("studentinfo",$data); if($result>=0) { $data = array( 'userId' => $userIds[1], 'userGroupId' => "UG004", 'name' => $_POST['name'], 'loginId' => $_POST['stdId'], 'verifyCode' => "vhms2115", 'expireDate' => "2115-01-4", 'isVerifed' => 'Y' ); $result=$db->insertData("users",$data); if($result>0) { $id =intval($userIds[0])+1; $query="UPDATE auto_id set number=".$id." where prefix='U';"; $result=$db->update($query); // $db->close(); echo '<script type="text/javascript"> alert("Admitted Successfully.");</script>'; } else { echo '<script type="text/javascript"> alert("' . $result . '");</script>'; } } elseif(strpos($result,'Duplicate') !== false) { echo '<script type="text/javascript"> alert("Student Already Exits!");</script>'; } else { echo '<script type="text/javascript"> alert("' . $result . '");</script>'; } } else { echo '<script type="text/javascript"> alert("' . $perPhoto . '");</script>'; } } else { echo '<script type="text/javascript"> alert("' . $msg . '");</script>'; } }

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What is this?  A picture?  Can you not choose the area where you think the problem is and help us focus in on actual code that needs looking at - not peering at with a magnifier?  Have you not posted on any forum before?  Show Us The Code please.  And not all of it!

BTW - what debugging have you done?  Any echos to show the query that you have built to do this?  Echos to show where your logic is taking you?  An echo to show the success or failure of the query? Anything?

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MInd my wording?  I am just frustrated at the lack of responsiveness from you.  It has been pointed out twice to post your code (the part that matters if you have found it) yet you still haven't.   How can it be made more clear?

Please  - try again.  Please.

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Yes i mean your language, You have a big problem with common decency. There is no just  reason as to why you should be frustrated not even if i don't respond or its pointed a million times. 

Its simple, if you are enable or am too much as per your own standards, kindly  ignore the question!!

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Normally, when someone posts a large amount of code, I'll copy and paste it into my code editor and check for errors and, in this case, search for the SQL bits.

Tell me how to do that with a picture of the code. It's further obfuscated as all the database activity seems to happen inside the $db object EG

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so there is no way we can even see the query that is being executed or what may be happening.

Are there any error messages? Are you even checking for errors? Have you checked the error log?

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