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Here is the table:

Name: "TagValues"
Column1: "Tag"
Column2: "Values"
No Of Entries: 80

What is the query to read a specific row with a Tag value "CustomTag" I Tried these

$UserTag = "CustomTag";
$query = "SELECT Tag FROM TagValues WHERE Tag='$UserTag'"; //it didn't work
$query = "SELECT FROM TagValues WHERE Tag='$UserTag'"; //it didn't work
$query = "SELECT * FROM TagValues WHERE Tag='$UserTag'"; //it didn't work

Whats is the exact syntax?
Posted 15-Oct-12 9:39am
amarasat1.3K
Comments
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 15-Oct-12 18:11pm
   
"It did not work" is not informative. Explain what you want to do and what you observe exactly, and show more of relative code -- where do you substitute parameters in parametrized statement; how you do it?
--SA

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