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[nycphp-talk] PHP/MySQL environment problem??

Glenn glenn310b at mac.com
Sat Mar 1 00:25:31 EST 2008


Just curious.

Why not use an autoincrement ?

I'm probably missing something...???

Back to your question;
I think I remember reading something about last_insert_id() being 
different between mysql versions.

Regards,
Glenn




On Feb 28, 2008, at 2:11 PM, PaulCheung wrote:

> The application is a classic traditional computer applications of add, 
> update and read selected record.  The add record routine lines up the 
> next record to be added by checking what the last record added number 
> was.
>
> The application was developed on  “localhost”, Windows environment, 
> and all working as expected, adding, updating and reading records up 
> to a preset maximum of 100.
>
> Then thethe whole application was transfered into its' “production 
> environment” on my web space, Linux environment for testing. 
> Everything works fine for the first record only. I cannot add  records 
> thereafter. I have “desk checked” the coding and with the exception of 
> the MySQL database parameters (host, user, password and database). All 
> coding remains the same.
>
> I cannot understand what is wrong is it because of the different 
> operating environments or could it be something else? Has anybody got 
> any ideas
>
>  
>
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