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<pre><?php
session_start();
header("Content-Type: application/json;charset=utf-8");

if (!isset($_SESSION['id_usuario'])) {
    echo json_encode(["status" => false, "msg" => "Debes iniciar sesión para publicar un episodio"]);
    exit;
}

require "../../img_upload_script.php";
require "../../audio_upload_script.php";

// Agarramos el json de la solicitud recibida
$json = $_POST["json"];

if (empty($json)) {
    echo json_encode(["status" => false, "msg" => "No se han proporcionado los datos necesarios"]);
    exit;
}

// Convertimos el json recibido a un objeto PHP
$data = json_decode($json);

$link = new mysqli('localhost', 'root', '', 'madradio', 3306);

// preparamos y adjuntamos los parámetros
$stmt = $link->prepare("INSERT INTO publicaciones (titulo, descripcion, etiquetas, id_categoria, id_genero, id_usuario, url_imagen, url_audio, fecha) VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?)");
$stmt->bind_param("sssiiisss", $data->titulo, $data->descripcion, $data->etiquetas, $data->id_categoria, $data->id_genero, $_SESSION["id_usuario"], $target_file_image, $target_file_audio, date('Y-m-d'));

// ejecutamos
$stmt->execute();

if ($stmt->affected_rows <= 0) {
    $stmt->close();
    $link->close();
    echo json_encode(["status" => false, "msg" => "No se ha creado la publicación"]);
    exit;
}

$stmt->close();
$link->close();

echo json_encode(["status" => true, "msg" => "Publicación creada con éxito"]);


What I have tried:

Hello good evening,
I have a problem with the code I posted and have been sitting for hours to find the solution but I am not able to find the bug, everything in the code looks good to me I've revised every comma and the problem is in the bind_param section. Any help is much appreciated
Posted
Updated 4-Jun-21 16:58pm
v2

1 solution

Bind parameters are expected to be variables so you cannot use return values from functions directly.

For example date('Y-m-d') is a function call so you should first assign it to a variable and then use that variable as the bind parameter.

Just a side note. It looks that you're storing date in a character format to the database. Why not store it as a date and then format it when fetching the data. This would make it much easier to operate on dates whenever needed.
   

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