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On Nov 25, 2007, at 12:00:26, Livio Isaia wrote:
In fact I have a php file which calls "$connection = mysql_connect
()". That's all. It comes from a sample found in the "mySQL
functions" section of a php tutorial. Isn't it right (or complete)?
I'm really new to mysql, sorry.
I take it you didn't read the info on the function, copy and paste
this in your php file. (don't forget to edit the username and password)
// Define the information to access the mysql server
$mysql_access = array(
'host' => "localhost", // can be in form of host:port.
'socket' => ":/var/mysql/mysql.sock", // path to mysql socket
'username' => "mysql_username", // username for mysql access.
'password' => "mysql_password", // password for mysql access.
'connection' => "socket", // connection type to use. (use socket
); // DO NOT CHANGE THIS!!!
// Establish a connection to the server
$connection = mysql_connect($mysql_access[$mysql_access
Now that you have a connection what do you want to do with it?
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