[wp-hackers] mysql_real_connect instead of mysql_connect

Aaron Brazell abrazell at b5media.com
Mon Feb 26 05:29:43 GMT 2007

I don't want to come across as snarky, but what are you doing putting  
SQL in your plugins? Are you trying to update something that there is  
not WP API for?
Aaron Brazell
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On Feb 26, 2007, at 12:26 AM, sai krishna wrote:

>   I was trying an update query in the wordpress for the plugin I'm  
> implementing. It was not updating successfully. I initially thought  
> it was my table structure problem but later found it is the problem  
> because of using mysql_connect. I was supposed to set the flag  
> CLIENT_FOUND_ROWS which is available in mysql_real_connect

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