Okay, You REALLY need to read the manual(s) before posting. A quick search for MyISAM on the MySQL site would have told you what you need to know.
a) it's mysql b) it's easy to find the answer yourself So don't ask here. Justin on 28/05/02 10:22 PM, r ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > Hey guys, > I just got this code (from "PHP BlackBook" pg:213") to make a table in MySql > via a PHP script, I though I knew SQL till I saw this.... > > CREATE TABLE sh_indexPages ( > ID int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment, > Page varchar(255) NOT NULL default '', > PRIMARY KEY (ID) > ) TYPE=MyISAM; > > What the heck is the "TYPE=MyISAM;" mean? > And to top it all it seems to be running in PHPMyAdmin! > > Any ideas? > > Kindly reply, > -Ryan > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php