On Friday 10 January 2003 01:04, Michael Knauf/Niles wrote:
> This Code Snippet works:
> $newfaq_query = "INSERT INTO `faq` (`faqid`, `question`, `answer`) VALUES
> ('', '$question', '$answer')";
> $newfeaturesResult = mysql_query($newfeatures_query);
> But I'd like to combine that query with this one:
> INSERT INTO `faqRelatedToProduct` (`id`, `fgNumber`, `faqId`) VALUES ('',
> '$fgNumber', '$faqid');
> So that both are executed at the same time.
The current php-mysql interface only allows single queries at a time.
> The variables $question, $answer, $fgNumber come from a form, the faqid is
> a auto increment field, as is id... but it seems I need to know the value
> of faqid to relate it correctly to the fgNumber...
The retrieve faqid use mysql_insert_id().
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