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I have the following SQL being executed by a mysqli_query() statement in my PHP code:

 

DROP TEMPORARY TABLE IF EXISTS tmptable; CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE tmptable SELECT * FROM Members WHERE MemberId = '105' AND Status > '0'; UPDATE tmptable SET RecordId = '', Status = '0', ChangedBy = '4', ChangedOn = '2017-05-21 19:03:39'; UPDATE Members SET Status = '0' WHERE MemberId = '105' AND Status > '0'; INSERT INTO Members SELECT * FROM tmptable;

 

It is being rejected with the following error:

 

Errno: 1064 Error: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE tmptable SELECT * FROM Members WHERE MemberId = '105' AND' at line 1 at line 952 in file: /home/sylvest/public_html/swchoir/edit_member.php

 

If I put the same SQL into the SQL tab in phpMyAdmin, it works fine.

 

What do I have to do to make this work in my PHP code?

 

Thanks - Rowan

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