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  • i’m trying to write a new topic but every time i’ve got an error in SQL. i find out that the problem is the character ‘ (apice) in the post that generate an error in the sql expression. is possible to solve it? how can i do? help!

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  • chrishajer
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    @chrishajer

    Please post the actual error message you’re receiving. I made a ‘normal’ post (no special characters) and it went through fine.

    that’s the problem, the error appears while posting something with an ‘ character! :-)

    the error is:

    bbPress database 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 'fgdfh

    ','2007-09-06 13:50:29', '217.220.0.158', '0', 3)' at line 4]

    INSERT INTO bb_posts (forum_id, topic_id, poster_id, post_text, post_time, poster_ip, post_status, post_position) VALUES (’1′, ’21′, ’1′, ‘

    hgjh ‘fgdfh

    ‘,’2007-09-06 13:50:29′, ’217.220.0.158′, ’0′, 3)

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /misc/15/359/013/341/user/web/disinformati.org/wp-forum/bb-includes/db-mysqli.php:158) in /misc/15/359/013/341/user/web/disinformati.org/wp-forum/bb-includes/pluggable.php on line 168


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    I wonder why the ‘ character is fine here, but not on your forum? Definitely a good one :)

    well… i think i will put an advice to the users to do not use the ‘ character!

    Hi!

    I am dealing with the same problem.

    However …I see that some post have the ‘ in them?

    Could this be Plugin-related?

    Jazia – are you using any of the below?

    I use:

    Simple Onlinelist 1.5

    Comment Quicktags for bbPress 1.1

    Private Forums 5.0

    Indicate New Posts 0.8

    Avatar Upload 0.8.2

    Admin Can Post Anything 0.0.5

    Admin add user 1.1

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