Right then:

* You have 2 remote MySQL DB's on different O/S's 
* You want one to 'talk' to the other one?

errrrrrr (whirrr grind..etc)

I'm sorry if you've already stated this in your first email, but could you not just 
query both DB's 
separatley using "mysql_select_db()" Using separate DB connections? I guess it depends 
on the type 
of query you want from both DB's...

I'm sorry but that''s about as far as I can go!
Good luck though.


On Tue, 20 Nov 2001 14:12:58 +0000 Miguel Loureiro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hello Russ:
> Russ Michell wrote:
> > Miguel:
> >
> > 1). Are you trying to connect an MS Access database to a MySQL database?
> No, they are both Mysql databases.
> >
> > 2). Are the databases and servers both/individually remote or local?
> I have "2 database servers", in Winnt apache/php/mysql for win32 and in
> linux(suse)apache/php/mysql, so they are different ...
> Thanks for your time.
> --
> Best Regards
> Miguel Joaquim Rodrigues Loureiro

  "Believe nothing - consider everything"       
  Russ Michell
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