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Updating mysql code to mysqli

Thread began 9/07/2017 3:33 pm by EmmaMorris | Last modified 9/08/2017 1:01 pm by Ray Borduin | 285 views | 2 replies |


Updating mysql code to mysqli

I have been doing a redesign/rewrite of a site I did 8 or so years ago using WA extensions. Re-wrote using mysqli. My question is this..
I have several form pages that I would rather not redo if not necessary.. Will attach one.. Does a page like this need to be re done for mysqli since there are no actual db queries?


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Good news... there is no need to redo this page it will already work in php7 since it has no references to a database connection on it.

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Did this help? Tips are appreciated...


That's what I figured but I wanted to be sure.
Again, thank you very much.

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