Updating a table using php
My SQL UPDATE with WHERE My SQL UPDATE command can be used with WHERE clause to filter (against certain conditions) which rows will be updated.The following My SQL statement will update the 'receive_qty' column of newpurchase table with a new value 25 if the value of purch_price is more than 50.By updating, we mean we change a value in the My SQL table.The general format of the My SQL query to update a My SQL table is shown below.update(2, 'My SQL PHP Update Tutorial', 'My SQL PHP Update using prepared statement', '2013-01-01', '2013-01-01') !== false) echo 'The task has been updated successfully'; else echo 'Error updated the task';update(2, 'My SQL PHP Update Tutorial', 'My SQL PHP Update using prepared statement', '2013-01-01', '2013-01-01') !If an update on a row would result in a violation of a primary key or unique index, the update on that row is not performed.
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First, let us start coding for updating multiple rows.
The returned array holds the strings fetched from database, where the column names will be the key used to access the internal data.
As you can see below, data is displayed in an HTML table.
We can get selected checkbox values via j Query AJAX post or by accessing the form from PHP after page refresh.