Look through the MySQL functions. I seem to recall that there is a 
function for just about anything, and all you really want to do is find 
how many rows are in all the tables in a particular database. Thus, a 
couple of loops is all you need, with the outer one looping through each 
table (obtained from a function) and the inner one doing a select 
count(*) or a mysql_num_rows().

Happy hacking.


Jeff Bluemel wrote:

>this is only going to return records in a table, and not in a database
>>select count(*) as n from ... where ...
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Philip J. Newman [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>>Can someone point me in the right direction to find out how i can return
>>amount of records in a mysql databace ?

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