Shawn McKenzie wrote:
> revDAVE wrote:
>> On 3/14/2009 10:36 AM, "Gary" <gwp...@ptd.net> wrote:
>>> Can anyone enlighted me as to what I am not doing correctly?
>> Hi Gary,
>> I am hosted using a basic cpanel interface ... There's a button = Remote
>> MySQL which brings up a page: Remote Database Access Hosts
>> And I put in my HOME IP and all works fine now ...
>> Not sure how godaddy does it... Maybe ask tech support.... How to set up
>> Remote MySQL access....
>> Thanks - RevDave
>> Cool @ hosting4days . com
>> [db-lists 09]
> That web interface isn't using the mysqli functions, it probably
> phpMyAdmin using the mysql functions. If you would read my previous
> post you'd see that mysqli isn't supported under PHP4.
> I guess I need to reply all instead of replying to the newsgroup as
> people seem to not read anything I post to the newsgroup.
FYI from previous post...
Yes, the mysqli extension is only available for PHP5. Use the mysql_x()
functions or move to a host that supports PHP5/mysqli extension.
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