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insert data into database without duplicates

Discussion in 'Meet and Greet' started by mpho marumo, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. mpho marumo

    mpho marumo New Member

    Apr 26, 2011
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    I have reached the brick wall, been trying to write code to insert data into database without repeating "already" the inserted row
    here is what I have
    INSERT INTO roshcon_vehicle_v1_0 VALUES (VehicleRegNumber,VehicleType,VehicleMake,rjbFstName,rjbSurname,rjbTelNr1Number,rjbSubName,rjbTelNr4Number,rjbSubManagerEmail,Hire_Time) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE VehicleRegNumber = '$VehicleRegNumber', SELECT roshcon_vehicle_report_001.VehicleRegNumber, VehicleType,VehicleMake, roshcon_vehicle_drivers_v1_0.rjbFstName, rjbSurname,rjbTelNr1Number,rjbSubName,rjbTelNr4Number,rjbSubManagerEmail, Hire_Time FROM roshcon_vehicle_driver_v1_0, roshcon_vehicle_report_001, roshcon_vehicle_drivers_v1_0 WHERE roshcon_vehicle_report_001.VehicleId = roshcon_vehicle_driver_v1_0.Id AND roshcon_vehicle_drivers_v1_0.rjbId = roshcon_vehicle_driver_v1_0.rjbFstName

    I get (Error: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'SELECT roshcon_vehicle_report_001.VehicleRegNumber, VehicleType,VehicleMake, ros' at line 4)

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