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    MySQL/PHP registration form problem

    Hello experts,

    I have created a registration form for a company using PHP to validate form inputs and send the information to the database; great. It works. One problem though, is that although the data is all inserted properly, the email sends properly for activation, a MySQL error message still pops up when the "Thank You for Registering" Prints(echo), following successful form submission.

    Question: Is there an easy way to identify this unwanted error message and eliminate it? The form is quite large and there are numerous places it could generate such error.

    It says: "A system error occurred. We apologize for the inconvenience."

    This is not the messages set to echo, but rather a MySQL system error.

    Thanks,
    Onequickmemory

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    That is not a MySQL error message. It is being generated by your code.

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    Dan,

    Thanks for your input. You are correct, I forgot about the configuration file error messages in the code. They were on a seperate script.

    Much appreceiated,
    Onequickmemory


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