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I created this mysql table using WAMP server's PHPMyAdmin interface- id_com (pk), idusr_com(fk),name_com, address_comAlso there is some PHP code as shown below-

require("db-connect.php");	   $db = db_connect();	   $name_com = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['txtname_com'], $db);	   $address_com = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['txtaddress_com'], $db);	   if($db)	    {		 if(isset($_POST['Add']))		  {					   // insert company name and location in company_com		    $sql = "INSERT INTO company_com(name_com, address_com)				    VALUES ('$name_com', '$address_com') WHERE idusr_com = ".$_SESSION[id_usr];		    mysql_query($sql, $db) or die(mysql_error($db));		    header('Location: company/index.php');		    exit();		  }		 if(isset($_POST['Update']))		  {								   // update company name and location in company_com			   $sql = "UPDATE company_com SET name_com = $name_com, address_com = $address_com				   WHERE idusr_com = ".$_SESSION[id_usr];		    mysql_query($sql, $db) or die(mysql_error($db));		    header('Location: company/index.php');		    exit();		   		  }		 }

But, on Inserting a record I am getting this error.You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server versionfor the right syntax to use near 'WHERE idusr_com = 92' at line 2And on updating I get this error.Unknown column 'Apple1' in 'field list'This is the table 'company_com' on browsing--___________________________________________id_com | idusr_com | name_com | address_com| PK- id_com, FK- id_usr___________________________________________| 7 | 88 | Apple | LA | 11 | 92 | | |-------------------------------------------This is the table 'user_usr' on browsing-- PK- id_usr____________________________________________________________________ id_usr | username_usr | password_usr | level_usr | email_usr |____________________________________________________________________| 88 | com1 | **** | 2 | com1gmail.com | 92 | com2 | **** | 2 | com2gmail.com |---------------------------------------------------------------------

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The INSERT statement doesn't have a WHERE clause, as far as I know. You need quotes around the values of your UPDATE query: UPDATE company_com SET name_com = '$name_com', address_com = '$address_com'

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You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version All that means is you have an error in your select statement, Your missing some thing. Check you query line

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