> Your only option might be to do something "smart". You can't use the proper
> mysql functions without a connection to a
> database, but you refuse to connect to a database until after you perform
More accurate to say that the file in which the function is stored
does not know if there is a connection or not. I would make such a
connection if I knew that none exist, but I do not want to interfere
with a possibly existing connection.
> You do realise you can have several db connections open at one time, so you
> could have one always open for the
> purpose of validation? Potentially wasteful, but the architecture in this
> idea is a little different from the norm.
Very wasteful indeed, I cannot be so irresponsible with this server.
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