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Hi all,

 

I'm trying to execute a query which uses the value from my session which is set when the user logs in. When I try to view the query, it displays nothing.

 

SQL statement

// get value of session
$username = $_SESSION['username'];

// executeable query
$sql = ("SELECT * FROM custstock 
		WHERE username = '$username'");
		
// query
$row = mysqli_query($custdb, $sql) or die(mysqli_error($custdb));

The code for my table;

<table width="100%" border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="carInfo">
					<tr>
					<th>ID</th>
					<th>Vehicle ID</th>			
					
					<?php
									
						while($custveh = mysqli_fetch_assoc($row)){
							echo "<tr>";					
							echo "<td>".$custveh['id']."</td>";					
							echo "<td>".$custveh['vehID']."</td>";					
							echo "</tr>";
						}
					
					?>					
				</table>	

Any suggestions would be great, thanks!

Jack

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