If the problem is browser-dependent, then it isn't a MySQL problem. I don't
know what is going on, but have found that IE handles failing controls in a
non-standard way. My issue was with "button" controls, but if I were you I
would take a very close look at the REQUEST data.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Neimeyer [mailto:matt@stripped]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2006 9:46 AM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: MySQL Data Vanishing with FireFox
> We recently started getting reports that when users access
> our PHP based CRM
> system that it "didn't work". After much debugging and
> tracking down it looks
> like that ultimately what's happening is that SOMETIMES with
> a statement
> INSERT INTO Customers (A,B,C) VALUES ("One","Two","Three")
> ...that Three just doesn't make it into the database. So If I...
> SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE A="One"
> ... I would get "One","Two",""
> It seems to happen more often (maybe only) with FireFox.
> Other tables have no
> problems that we can see. C is indexed... but we have other
> indexed fields in
> the table that don't seem to be affected. It's not our
> biggest table by far...
> I'm baffled. Where do I look next?
> This is on a hosted box so we have limited access to the
> "command line". This is
> using PHP 4.3.11 with MySQL 3.23.58 on Apache 2.0.51 on a
> Fedora system (of
> unknown version)
> Thanks in advance...
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