I would suggest checking out the classes at 
I've used the mysql_recordset class that is part of the mysql_db 
package. It has the basic methods similar to ADO. I found it to be very 
functional if you're using mysql. There are other classes there as well 
that aren't necessarily mysql oriented. I haven't tried any of those myself.

MrBaseball34 wrote:

> I know about mysql_fetch_array but how would I do it for
> each row into a "recordset" that I can use instead?

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