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Re: MySQL Database problem (probably already solved in a message, butthis is somewhat urgent)

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Oh, and I forgot to mention, I've tested the MySQL query using a MySQL
client, and connecting to it from 4 different WAN-side IPs, I've been
able to get the same result, which is a table with 2 columns and 2
entry rows (1 defining row on top not included in the count). This,
to my understanding, would make the query return two rows to PHP, yet
it's not doing so.

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Oct 12 '08 #1
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Rankin wrote:
[...] which is a table with 2 columns and 2
entry rows (1 defining row on top not included in the count).
A "defining row on top"??? WTF??!?!

I strongly suggest you study how relational database systems work. Really.
It seems you're needing it, badly.

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Oct 12 '08 #2

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