Counting query problem

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I have meeting minutes that need to be paged through via my website.  I have  
created a developer server on my local machine and when I run the PHP code  
against the MySQL table that I imported from my ISP's website everything  
works fine.  However, when I upload the PHP pages to the ISP's server  
everything connects but it doesn't page through anymore.  It just sits on  
the latest created page.  I click the previous button and it shows it  
reading but nothing happens.

So I know the code works from my local test so why does it not work when I  
put it live?  All this code worked prior to my ISP upgrading their MySQL and  
phpMyAdmin software.  Any ideas how to get everybody to talk again?

Here are some stats:

  a.. Server version: 4.1.22-standard
  b.. Protocol version: 10
  c.. Server: Localhost via UNIX socket
  d.. MySQL charset: UTF-8 Unicode (utf8)
MySQL connection collation:    utf8_unicode_ci

phpMyAdmin -
  a.. MySQL client version: 4.1.22
  b.. Used PHP extensions: mysql

My Developer Server:

Apache2Triad which includes Apache server, MySQL and PHP and is Windows  

Updates and versions for this Triad include:

fixed mod_perl 2.0.1 bug *
added apache SSL restart
optimised access.cgi to deal with huge logs
updated Apache to 2.2.0
updated OpenSSL to 0.9.8a
updated PHP to 5.1.2
updated Zend Optimizer to 2.6.2
updated Xdebug to 2.0.0 beta5
updated DBG to 2.18.5
updated SlimFTPd to 3.18
updated Xmail to 1.22
updated PostgreSQL to 8.1.2
updated pgAdmin to 1.4.1
updated phpPgAdmin to 4.0.1
updated MySQL to 5.0.18
updated MyODBC to 5.0.0
added MySQL Administrator 1.1.8
added MySQL Query Browser 1.1.20
updated PHPmyadmin to 2.7.0 pl2
updated UebiMiau to 2.7.9
updated AWStats to 6.5
security fix for CVE-2006-0144
added Apache2Triad Manager
reverted apache MaxRequestsPerChild to 0
INCLUDES filter removed issue adressed
added fix for VC80.CRT runtime libraries
updated mod_perl to 2.0.3
updated mod_ssl to 2.2.0
disabled mod_python 3.2.7 **

Re: Counting query problem

Do not multi-post. Cross-post if you must but don't multi post
It wastes people's time.

Re: Counting query problem

Cindy Chambers wrote:
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Sorry, my crystal ball is broken.  I have no idea what your problem  
might be.

Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.

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