You wouldnt know where to change this setting?

"John W. Holmes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> John Ryan wrote:
>
> > I want to SELECT * from a table and also update the hit counter by 1. So
> > theres 2 different queries which I know I can easily do in PHP
seperately,
> > but I thought itd be quicker and more efficient to run them in the same
> > query, ie seperated by a ';'.
> >
> > But PHP returns an error, and it works fine on the command line. I read
> > somewhere thats its a security risk in PHP to allow 2 queries, so its
turned
> > off by default. Is this true?
>
> Yes.
>
> Also, just because you can fit something onto one line it doesn't mean
> it's more efficient.
>
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