On Sep 30, 2005, at 11:51 AM, Larry E. Ullman wrote:

I had this problem a while ago, when you try to create the second connection to the database with the same login credentials, i.e username and password. If mysql / php detect there is a connection already established with those
details it will return that specfic resouce and not create an new
connection. The only way around this is to create a new username + password for this database and use those details to generate the second connection.

Actually, the mysql_connect() function takes an optional fourth argument indicating whether or not a new connection should be made. If omitted, then PHP will do exactly what you are describing. If set, then PHP will create a new connection, even if the same username/password/host combination is being used.



Is this just a 1|0 (bool)?


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