From: "Moshe Weitzman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> I have looked all over the web but can't find an example *in php* for
> connecting to a mysql server, selecting database(s), and issueing a query
> which joins across databases. I already know the SQL required to achieve a
> multiple database query. My question is about how many calls to
> mysql_select_db() are required, does order matter, etc.
What have you tried? What does mysql_error() say after each attempt?
I assume something like the following would work, regardless of whether/how
you've called mysql_select_db()
SELECT t1.column FROM database1.table1 t1 JOIN database2.table2 t2 ON t1.id
If you have something working from the MySQL command line, then it's going
to work from mysql_query() with the same exact syntax.
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