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From:Gerald Clark Date:April 11 2001 8:07pm
Subject:Re: [MySQL] Backwards Compatible?
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Read the CHANGES section of the  manual.
Make sure you use only ISAM type files.

3.23 uses MYISAM by default.

Tim Thorburn wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> Is MySQL backwards compatible?  On my main machine I'm running MySQL
> 3.23.36 and our hosting company is using MySQL 3.22.32 - the database I've
> created is a simple listing of local businesses with contact information,
> so I don't believe there would be any issues of my using features that
> would not have been present in the earlier version.
> 
> Any thoughts?  We'll be setting up most of the database information
> tomorrow afternoon - as always, rushed to the last minute.
> 
> Thanks
> -Tim
> 
>
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[MySQL] Backwards Compatible?Tim Thorburn11 Apr
  • Re: [MySQL] Backwards Compatible?Gerald Clark11 Apr