on 1/16/02 7:42 AM, Martin Wickman at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Dl Neil wrote:
>> 2 because the (function argument) controlling feature is the connection, it
>> is not possible for another
>> concurrent user to 'steal' your ID or influence the ID returned to you - it's
>> all yours!
> Ok, assume you are correct, but what if you are using persistent
> connections (ie pconnet)?
it's still 'your' persistent connection that's being queried though. from
the manual on mysql_pconnect
Returns a positive MySQL persistent link identifier on success
this is why you use the link identifier in things like mysql_query, and lets
mysql 'know' what 'your' last insert was.
hope this helps,
-- mike cullerton michaelc at cullerton dot com
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