Could you embellish on your question? I clicked the link and got a generic SQL error, but without knowing what you're trying to do or what your SQL code is, it's hard to answer the question.
Generally speaking, "searching" an SQL database is done via the SELECT command. Example... Say you have a table called "products" containing a list of product data, each with a unique ID column called "productid". If you wanted to get a specific row, you'd format your query similar to: "SELECT * FROM products WHERE productid = 1;"
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: Please go to the url below to understanding my question
: at that page you can see a column call HotDeal, please click a link below it and try.
: it will come with a pop up screen and show the error message.
: please help me!!! show me how to search the database