On Fri, Sep 07, 2012 at 09:58:38PM -0400, Jim Giner wrote: > So with the announced end of the mysql functions (and switching to a > different extension), one would think that my isp/hoster would be a > bit more interested in my dilemma. I tried today to create my first > mysqli-based test script and found that I didn't have that > extension. A series of emails with my tech support told me that the > shared server farm does not get "mysqli" - only their business > servers. Since I dont' have a need for and want to pay more for a > 'business server', I'm told I'm s... outta luck. > > Any idea on the approximate date when mysql truly goes away - ie, > when is the proposed (next) update that will completely refuse to > recognize it? Might be ammunition for me.
Please excuse my ignorance. I feel like I just stepped into the middle of a conversation. What's this about "announced end of the mysql functions"? Who exactly announced what, and is there a link to whatever announcement somewhere? Paul -- Paul M. Foster http://noferblatz.com http://quillandmouse.com -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php