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Hi monks, I have the following code to insert into mysql db. i am posting just the code which i have problem.
@color=(Blue, Silver); $newpid=8000; foreach $color(@color){ $color=~s/^\s*//g; my $incolor_qry="insert into colorimage_info(pid,color) values + ('$newpid','$color')"; my $incolor_qy=$db->prepare($incolor_qry); $incolor_qy->execute; }
After inserting this i need to update the rows which i inserted by the following code:
@color_image=(a1.jpg, b1.jpg); foreach $color_image(@color_image){ $color_image=~s/^\s*//g; my $upcolor_qry="update colorimage_info set color_image='$colo +r_image.JPG' where id='$newpid'; my $upcolor_qy=$db->prepare($upcolor_qry); $upcolor_qy->execute; }
The results which i am getting is
pid cid color color_image 8000 1 Blue a1.jpg 8000 2 Silver a1.jpg
The color_image column is not updated properly. I am missing some thing here. Can anyone tell me where i am wrong.cid column is autocremented and not null.

In reply to sql queries updation improper by valavanp

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