[freetds] Sybase error

rconner at commspeed.net rconner at commspeed.net
Thu Apr 22 14:42:29 EDT 2004


Thanks for the feedback

dbo_AMATS_Equipments is the name of the table.  So I think that that is as
it should be.  I think what you mean would be the colums under that table
like columname.dbo_AMATS_Equipments

Yes?

Conner


> On Thu, 2004-04-22 at 19:41, rconner at commspeed.net wrote:
>> Thanks for the reply,
>>
>> Yes I tried that.  The problem seems to be the dbo_AMATS_Equipments.
>> Any
>> other Ideas?
>
> Shouldn't that be dbo.AMATS.Equipments ?
>
> Michael
>
>>
>> > Have you tried the query without prefacing the column names with the
>> table
>> > name?
>> >
>> > i.e.:
>> > SELECT EquipmentID, Model FROM dbo_AMATS_Equipments
>> >
>> > Deven
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > On Thursday 22 April 2004 07:15 am, rconner at commspeed.net wrote:
>> >> I am having a bit of a problem pulling information down with an SQL
>> >> SELECT
>> >> statment.  I connect to the db fine but then the SELECT statement is
>> >> causing an error.
>> >>
>> >> Here is what I have.
>> >> ---------------------------------------------------
>> >> $query = "SELECT dbo_AMATS_Equipments.EquipmentID,
>> >> dbo_AMATS_Equipments.Model FROM dbo_AMATS_Equipments";
>> >>
>> >> $result = mssql_query($query);
>> >> $numRows = mssql_num_rows($result);
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> while($row = mssql_fetch_array($result))
>> >> {
>> >>   echo "<br>$row[1]</br>";
>> >> }
>> >>
>> >> ?>
>> >> ---------------------------------------------
>> >> and it returns this.
>> >>
>> >> Connected to TEST Server
>> >> Connected to TEST db
>> >>
>> >> Warning: mssql_query(): Sybase message: Invalid object name
>> >> 'dbo_AMATS_Equipments'. (severity 16) in
>> >> /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/AMATS_test.php on line 26
>> >>
>> >> Warning: mssql_num_rows():  is not a Sybase result index in
>> >> /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/AMATS_test.php on line 27
>> >>
>> >> Warning: mssql_fetch_array():  is not a Sybase result index in
>> >> /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/AMATS_test.php on line 30
>> >>
>> >> I am using an Access frontend that you can actually create SQL
>> >> statements
>> >> in, so I am pretty sure the dbo_AMATS_Equipments is valid.  I
>> currently
>> >> use the same method to create SELECT statements for the MySQL
>> database.
>> >> Can someone shed some light on the errors?
>> >>
>> >> Thanks
>> >>
>> >> Conner
>> >>
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