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Error after upgrading to PHP 5.6 MySQLi

Thread began 3/09/2018 3:51 pm by cldsk | Last modified 3/10/2018 6:31 pm by cldsk | 1167 views | 9 replies


MySQLi Error after upgrading to PHP 5.6

Hello, after having trouble with a gallery module I am using, I discovered the client's GoDaddy Server was running PHP5.2, so I had to upgrade it to 5.6 (that was the highest option). On doing this, I am now getting the following error on the admin_cms/ page:
Deprecated: mysql_pconnect(): The mysql extension is deprecated and will be removed in the future: use mysqli or PDO instead in /home/content/48/8996548/html/Connections/PowerCMSConnection.php on line 11

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/content/48/8996548/html/Connections/PowerCMSConnection.php:11) in /home/content/48/8996548/html/webassist/security_assist/helper_php.php on line 65

When I created the connection I used the standard MySQL as I was under the impression that MySQLi was not supported yet in PowerCMS? Is there a way to change the connection type? Do I have to redo everything I already have done in the database? I do have the latest MySQLi Server Behaviors installed in Dreamweaver.
Thanks for any advice/help.

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