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Im stuck for a while with trying to get data using bindvalue in a table and using the same query to get ID from a other table into this table...

$query = $conection->prepare("INSERT INTO `posts`(`Titel`, `Prioriteit`, `Image`,`Samenvatting`, `Post`, `Poster`, `Datum`) VALUES (:titel, :prioriteit, :image, :samenvatting, :post, :poster, :datum)");
                                   // met bindvalue worden alle values gebonden aan de parameters van de class
                                   $query->bindValue(":titel", trim($this->titel, " "), PDO::PARAM_STR);
                                   $query->bindValue(":prioriteit", $max+ 1, PDO::PARAM_STR);
                                   $query->bindValue(":image", trim($this->image, " "), PDO::PARAM_STR);
                                   $query->bindValue(":samenvatting", trim($this->samenvatting, " "), PDO::PARAM_STR);
                                   $query->bindValue(":post", trim($this->post, " "), PDO::PARAM_STR);
                                   $query->bindValue(":poster", $_SESSION["userId"], PDO::PARAM_STR);
                                   // huidige datum word opgeslagen
                                   $date = date('Y-m-d H:i:s');
                                   $query->bindValue(":datum",($date) , PDO::PARAM_STR);

                                   $query3 = $conection->prepare("INSERT INTO `tags`( `Content`, `Blog_id`) SELECT ':content', AS `Blog_id` FROM `tags` INNER JOIN `posts` ON");

                                   $query3->bindValue(":content", trim($this->tags, " "), PDO::PARAM_STR);

im keep getting :content in the column instead of the data i gave the bindvalue, if i try Value it does work but i think the innerjoin wont work that way.. the innerjoin doesnt work anyway tho.

What im trying to get is if i use this query it should fill the content collumn and at the same time get the ID from the posts table stored in this row.

Sorry for bad english,,
Updated 2-Apr-15 4:05am

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That is because you are passing `:content` NOT as a PARAMETER but as a LITERAL VALUE to the Content column.
insert into `tags` (`Content`, `blog_id`) select ':content', ....

Remove the select from the insert. After the insertion operation, use a separate select to get the content.
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Member 11576150 2-Apr-15 10:42am    
can i do that in the same query?
Member 11576150 2-Apr-15 11:04am    
INSERT INTO `tags`(`Content`, `Blog_id`) VALUES ('test', (Blog_id) SELECT MAX(id) FROM posts);

i tried this but doesnt work.. is there something like this that does work?
Peter Leow 2-Apr-15 11:39am    
No. Two separate sql operations.
Member 11576150 2-Apr-15 11:46am    
Tried that aswell but that makes 2 differen row .. one with the right content value i typed in and the other with the right Blog_id from the other table.. but i need them in 1 row
Peter Leow 2-Apr-15 11:54am    
I am afraid you do not understand what I said. Suggest you read up on sql tutorial like the link that I have provided.

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