[postgis-users] pg_query to insert new point
lr at pcorp.us
Tue Oct 27 12:24:08 PDT 2009
You could also output the error right on the php page by trapping it along
the lines of
Personally - I tend to use an abstraction layer like PHP ADODB or PEAR. It
makes your code a bit more portable, and also much less to remember about
the nuances of connecting
Hope that helps,
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Subject: Re: [postgis-users] pg_query to insert new point
Try to look at the web server error logs as well. On unix they are usually
in /var/log/apache2/ or /var/log/httpd/ and named error_log or error.log. I
don't know where they are on windows systems, but maybe someone else could
point you in the right location. You could also use pg_last_error ($con);
or pg_last_notice($con); to see the last error that would have been written
to the log.
On Oct 27, 2009, at 2:33 AM, <nicklas.aven at jordogskog.no>
<nicklas.aven at jordogskog.no> wrote:
It might be that the webserver don't have authentication to access the
That is controlled from the file pg_hba.conf in the data-directory in the
You should also check the file postgresql.conf in the same directory. At
least if the webserver is on another machine than postgresql you have to
change the line about listen_addresses so it looks like:
listen_addresses = '*'
if you want to let all ip-addresses in.
I don't know the details herer, but it might help you continue digging :-)
2009-10-27 André Mendonça wrote:
Hi everyone, first e-mail here.
>I´m trying to insert a new point to a simple table called processos in a
postgis database, using php, in a local server, with apache 2.2, php 5.2.12,
postgre 8.3 and postgis 1.4.
>here is the piece of code:
>$sql = "INSERT INTO processos (id, the_geom) VALUES
>I can observe (with pg_affected_rows) there´s no new record.
>Executing the same query directly in pgsql, with the same database user,
returns a successfully result.
>Any ideas on what´s wrong? I had never done any queries using php before,
is there a way to see an error message when executing this kind of
server-side request? tried firebug console but there´s nothing going on
>Thanks a lot!
>Universidade Federal do Paraná
>Curitiba - BR
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