Stop it. I got it...

There was an error on mysql_error(), and this is what puzzled me to find out what was 
the problem.

The user I used missed a right. So once the right is Ok, no error, and then 
mysql_error does not bring me in a bad direction.

You can consider the case closed at my level.



At 10:13 18/03/2001 +0100, Jani Taskinen wrote:
>On Sun, 18 Mar 2001, Laurent LEVIER wrote:
>>But I don't use mysql_error() in my basic script. I added it to display the error 
>>Without it, the error remains, but we just dont know what error it is :)
>>So there is really a problem with connect (and also pconnect, I also tried).
>>Where is that usename ??
>Hmm..I can't read minds so please explain WHAT doesn't work?

Laurent LEVIER
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