Use the pconnect functions. These do exactly that.
eg. mysql_pconnect(....) at the top of your page, and it will re-use the
database connection for you.
mysql_close() won't close a permanent connection.
Please don't post general questions to the php-dev list. This is for
development OF PHP, not IN PHP.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Berlina [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: 04 January 2002 11:16
> To: php-general-list; php-dev-list; php-db-list
> Subject: [PHP] Sending variables between PHP pages
> Hi users,
> how can I send a connection database variable, from one PHP page to other
> PHP page, and maintance the database connection open during both pages?
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