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I take the opportunity to point to DBIx::Simple, which provides means to insert this kind of stuff automatically, if you use a double question mark.
$db->query('INSERT into monica.event (msg, source, situation, version, + date, hostname, last_uid, sub_origin, component, guid, severity, ada +pter_host) values (??)', 'this is a test event, ignore', 'Testing', ' +START', '0.1', '2006-11-28 19:13:18', 'test', '', 'SelectDocument', ' +IT_SERVICE', '623375574', 'CRITICAL', 'this_box');
Or even, using the SQL::Abstract mode:
$db->insert('monica.event' => { 'msg' => 'this is a test event, ignore', 'source' => 'Testing', 'situation' => 'START', 'version' => '0.1', 'date' => '2006-11-28 19:13:18', 'hostname' => 'test', 'last_uid' => '', 'sub_origin' => 'SelectDocument', 'component' => 'IT_SERVICE', 'guid' => '623375574', 'severity' => 'CRITICAL', 'adapter_host' => 'this_box' });
which I like very much.

DBIxSimple will build the proper SQL statement, and cache the statement handle for you, for if you use it more than once. Which is very neat.

In reply to Re^2: DBD::mysql "Column count doesn't match value count" by bart
in thread DBD::mysql "Column count doesn't match value count" by Random_Walk

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