#980 PHP Access Violation


OS: Windows XP SP2
mySQL: 5.0.27
PHP: 5.2.0

Browsing a table contents by pressing Browse icon result this error:

PHP has encountered an Access Violation at 02857BF0

A little debugging shows that the error is occurs in the file sqlparser.lib.php at line 1177.

Adding checking to this line eliminates the error:

// add the table alias into the whole expression
if ($subresult['table_ref'][$current_table_ref]['table_alias'] != '')
.= ' ' . $subresult['table_ref'][$current_table_ref]['table_alias'];


  • Marc Delisle

    Marc Delisle - 2006-11-29
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  • Marc Delisle

    Marc Delisle - 2006-11-29

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    Cannot reproduce under PHP 5.2.0 (tested on Linux). A PHP error is not strictly phpMyAdmin's fault but I agree to improve the code if needed. I don't see why this happens because just a few lines above, the table_alias index is initialized to ''.

    Please show me your query; also in sqlparser.lib.php after line 1177 add this:

    echo 'trace<pre>'; print_r($subresult); echo '</pre>';

    then please post the results.

  • Marc Delisle

    Marc Delisle - 2006-12-04
    • labels: 438951 -->
    • milestone: 659909 -->
    • status: open --> pending
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