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From:Joel Fielder Date:February 1 2008 9:28am
Subject:RE: SSQLS and auto increment
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In the current release of MySQL++, Connection has a function insert_id
to get it:

In the forthcoming release of v3, Query and SimpleResult both have
insert_id functions.  Query::insert_id does the actual request to the
database server (by delegating to dbdriver), but SimpleResult is
populated with it when you call Query::execute.

Version 3 release is imminent so I'd go for that if I were you.

If you can't use any of those, use the LAST_INSERT_ID() SQL function.


SSQLS and auto incrementAndrej van der Zee1 Feb
  • RE: SSQLS and auto incrementJoel Fielder1 Feb