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Hello All,

Actually I wanted to implement a MySQL connection time-out for the data-entry application which I developed in PHP. I just wanted to know is there any function in PHP-MYSQL lib that takes care of the same ? Or Do I have to simulate that behaviour using some more lines of code ? Please guide me regarding the same.
Thank You for reading and replying to this post.

Regards,
Abhijit
P.S. I'd like to time-out and redirect to login page rolling back the user's current transaction.
Mar 20 '09 #1
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