Tim Ward wrote:

1. Have an order_id on the first table (or a separate ORDER table) that is INT and AUTO_INCREMENT.
2. Have an order_id on the other table(s) that is INT but not AUTO_INCREMENT.
3. Create the record in the first table just inserting the info you get in.
4. get the order_id just created using mysql_insert_id().
5. insert the data into the other table(s) with this order_id().

Thanks, but that wasn't the question - I know this part. :)

I need a routine to run through the data and generate the key pairs for insertion in the DB.

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