I recently encountered a warning message while working with Oracle and PHP, and I'm hoping someone here can help me out. The warning message I received was "ORA-01745: invalid host/bind variable name," and I'm not quite sure what it means or how to resolve it.
To provide a bit of context, I'm building a web application using PHP and connecting it to an Oracle database. I've successfully set up the connection and have been able to retrieve and insert data without any issues. However, while working on a particular section of the application, I ran into this warning.
I'm not entirely sure what could be causing this warning to appear. I've double-checked my SQL query and bindings, and they seem to be correct. I'm using bind variables in my query, and I've ensured that the variable names match the names in my PHP code. Despite this, I'm still encountering this warning.
I've tried searching online for information about this warning, but the explanations I've found so far are quite technical and confusing. I'm hoping that someone here has encountered a similar issue and can shed some light on what might be causing it and how to fix it.
Any insights or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help!