In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [EMAIL PROTECTED] says...
> I've testet all possible I found in my brain...
> CGI or Apache module: same error
> mysql_connect or mysql_pconnect: same error
> Variing settings in php.ini: same error
> How can I solve that problem?
> BTW: Here I describe it again:
> Connecting to a database works well: ok
> Working with that database: ok
> Using the additional $link-Parameter: false
> Not a valid resource id ...
> And it does not matter how many different links with different servers I
> use! The resource-id is always '1'.
Not a valid resource ID usually means a problem with the query - in fact
this might be in the FAQ. Use mysql_error() after the database query to
see if mysql returns a useful error.
Temporary Kiwi! and wondering how often this piece of advice needs to be
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