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doestn't work

I don't know how to get the other info you wanted besides just finding it out before hand and see what he info is afterr you do the mydql stuff.

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Hello everyone,

My PHP/mysql pages are working perfectly, the problem is users don't know if what they are doing is working.

I have a system that adds and deletes tape id's from mysql via a PHP front end.

I would like to pass the same success/failure messages that I would get if I performed the add/delete directly within mysql.

For example, If I delete a tape from the db within mysql, after I hit enter I get the following message:

mysql> delete from tape_tracking_test where media_id like 'TR44'; Query OK, 1 row affected (0.01 sec)

I would like to display this message to the browser:

Query OK, 1 row affected (0.01 sec)

Any help would be appreciated,


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