ID: 12432
Updated by: sniper
Old Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: MySQL related
Operating System: GNU Linux
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

This is still a feature, not a bug.

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-30 02:59:28] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

The eMail system is not working correctly,
there is some more sourcecode in my message,
please watch it directly

First I thought it is some sort of scope problem,
but it is also reproducable with different var Names.
I think he ignores the link variable totally. Maybe
closes the default link (first created)


[2001-07-27 20:43:22] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

This is currently a feature. Although you haven't given full source I assume both 
'mysql_connect()'s were the same. Two or more connects with the same parameter reuse 
the allready established connection and don't create a new one. So, closing one of 
them closes all other, too.

Re-Open if my assumption were wrong.


[2001-07-27 13:31:35] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

$eLink = mysql_connect(...);

class test {

  function einTest() {
    $eLink = mysql_connect();


$aVar = new test();

-----> not valid mysql ressource

After einTest() it looks like it closes the outside mysql_connection ($eLink) no 
matter how the connection
var in einTest() is named!

Serious stuff!


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