1lt John W. Holmes wrote:
> Did you turn on Display_errors in php.ini?
> ---John Holmes...
Of Course, i think i even had it at the highest alert level. No errors
whatsoever, ... or die(mysql_error()) yields nothing either.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Austin W. Marshall" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 3:52 PM
> Subject: [PHP] PHP 4.2.0 on win2k, can't use mysql_fetch_* functions
>>Is there something about the php 4.2.0 windows binary (installer
>>version) that renders the mysql_fetch_* functions useless?
>>I installed php 4.2.0 on windows 2000 along with Apache 1.3.24 and MySQL
>>3.23.49, and in a script i have a simple SELECT statement. The content
>>is in the database, the query executes successfuly, but it's as if
>>mysql_fetch_array and mysql_fetch_row functions don't return anything.
>> I know mysql support is built-in (as indicated on php.net) and working,
>>because i was able to use php to insert data into the database. On that
>>one computer i was able to recreate the problem consistently and in no
>>situation would mysql_fetch array or _row return anything.
>>I haven't had the opportunity to try this on any other win2k boxen, but
>>am not having any problems in Linux or OpenBSD. Is anyone else
>>experiencing any problems?
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