Yes, Im thinking the same...
:-((

Thanks again Intruder


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> >> Yes, thanks a lot, but i need to mantain the connection open for manage
a
> >> transaction, an everytime that I open a new database connection,
> >> the system
> >> begins a new transaction and I lose the last one.
> >> Do you understand, me?
> >> Do you know the way for do that?
>
> I think it is imposimble in web applications at all, because there is no
> persistent connection between db server
> and "web server + PHP" service. You can try for example mysql_pconnect()
> function (or it's analog for your db engine)
> but still I don't think it is possible ;(((
> Only applications can make this for you NOT PHP and Web ;(((
>
>
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