Am 15.04.2011 18:34, schrieb Gary:
> I'm sorry, I should have removed this code for the post, but this code is
> part of a "honey pot". There is no 'address' input visible, it is used so
> if a spam bot enters information into this field, it kills the form. Humans
> cannot enter anything into this field.
but why somewhere middle in the code instead making
clean verifications at the begin?
> ""Again, I see no reason you could not call last_insert_id() after the
> first insert and use that value explicitly in the second.
> I'm not sure I undertand this, could you explain a little further for me
mysql_query("insert into table1 (field1, field2) values ('value1', 'value2')", $conn);
$id = mysql_insert_id($conn);
mysql_query("insert into table2 (ref_id, data) values (" . $id . ", 'yourdata')", $conn);
as long you never use the insert-id from the AI i wonder how
there could be anything out of sync because there never can
be anything in sync
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