>>>>> "Nathan" == Nathan Clegg <nathan@stripped> writes:
Nathan> Thank you for your response. I was worried I was going to get any
Nathan> answers. Follow-up question:
Nathan> On 20-Jul-99 Christian Mack wrote:
>> Mysql doesn't have a MERGE command (yet).
>> But you can simulate this by using a temporary table.
>> This works just fine, and is really fast.
Nathan> In order to plan ahead, do you think I should keep all of my tables in one
Nathan> database, as any future MERGE or UNION capability will require them to be,
Nathan> or can I be more hierarchical and keep each set of a dozen or so tables in
Nathan> its own database?
You can do it either way; MERGE will work on both setups..