[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Adv. Systems Design) writes:
> I was simply going by the docs themselves:
> (see bottom of page)
yes, using REPLACE may be a solution. But you have to make a copy of
the original table, because REPLACE cannot access the values of the
old row directly.
I'd prefer to do this in the mysql way - on the php side.
> Now before you get your flamethrower out...yes I AM
> KIDDING...I realize that mysql is maturing and all
> these "features" will EVENTUALLY make it in...
Some compromises are necessary when using mysql, but often the
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