It works at the commandline. It must be a driver specific problem. Or
maybe it is a syntax issue and one of the queries is failing? Have you
tried it at the commandline to see what is happening? I'm too lazy to look
for your last thread to see what what platform you are running on and what
language you are using.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: TheMechE [mailto:TheMechE@stripped]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2003 11:51 AM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: Next issue: Can't execute multiple statements?
> This is hard to believe....
> Does mySQL really not accept a SQL string with multiple
> Statements separated
> by semi-colons? Or is that a driver specific problem?
> I'm having some serious concern here about these performance
> Any pointers?
> See my earlier note about the Insert Into myTable SELECT blah blah from
> myTable where index=k; -- fails, discussion.