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Inserting / Updating two tables at once - with one table potentially requiring multiple inserts / updates - best way to acheive?

Thread began 9/09/2014 11:47 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 10/03/2014 12:31 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 873 views | 11 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

We bought and installed the MySQLi server behaviour because the last thing I need, right now, is websites failing all over the place and that's what your advertising led me to believe. It clearly states that it's "important" and that we should do it "now" and that's exactly what we did. :(

I have spent all week developing MySQLi INSERT and UPDATE forms that require 'Insert Multiple Records' functionality. What else am I to do now other than scrap those pages? At the very least I will have to recreate them all using standard MySQL behaviours.

I feel duped into this purchase and your language now, with regard to time frames for MySQL support being dropped, is in complete contrast to the language used on your website and in the marketing e-mails we received from you about MySQLi.

I wish you'd be clearer, for the uneducated, with regard to timescales and urgency. Had you said that last sentence to me and had it also been made clear that other WebAssist extensions won't work with MySQLi, prior to my purchase of the MySQLi extension, I wouldn't have proceeded.

That's the long and the short of it.

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