Daniel, good luck in your endeavor, next time, just filter those with
attitudes out.  Many people on this list are very helpful.  A few are not.

I had a complete "lose the attitude" speech written out, but I think I'll
just let you figure it out.

Thanks for making this the great list it is Jason!

<removes self>

Ryan Marrs
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Wong [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 7:43 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Getting data on last INSERTed row

On Tuesday 24 June 2003 19:37, Daniel wrote:

> I'm wondering if there's an easy and non-system-demanding way to get 
> data on an INSERTed row in PHP/MySQL?
> Specifically, I want the value of an auto-incremented primary key 
> cell, "uid". I'm INSERTing a new person into a table, and need to 
> return this value to a Javascript function that maintains an array of 
> all persons in this table. I want to avoid a full SELECT query that 
> would rebuild the array from scratch and put unnessecary load on the 
> SQL server.
> I first thought of mysql_affected_rows, but as far as I can read, it 
> only returns the value of rows affected, i.e. 1 on any INSERT 
> statement executed?
> Any ideas?

Yeah, did it ever cross your mind to read the manual? 


Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.biz
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