Check your class...
Maybe it resets the connection each time you create it.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mika Porspakka [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2004 12:23
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP-DB] Losing MySQL connection with multiple database classes


Hello all.

I'm getting a weird problem trying to use a database class for multiple 
connections for different databases on the same server. Whenever I make a 
new instance of the class, all the previously opened class instances 
connect to that new MySQL database.

So, for example, if I have something like..:

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$dbcon1 = new databaseclass($server1,$user1,$pass1,$database1);
$dbcon1->connect();
$dbcon1->query($sql);

$dbcon2 = new databaseclass($server2,$user2,$pass2,$database2);
$dbcon2->connect();
$dbcon2->query($another_sql);

$dbcon1->query($yet_another_sql);
-8<-----

the last query doesn't work since $dbcon1 seems to point now to the same 
database as $dbcon2, and by all that I have read this shouldn't be 
happening... should it?

Please, help is appreciated very much.

-Mika Porspakka

  

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