RoundCube with mysqli
joshua at willowisp.net
Wed Oct 26 19:36:18 CEST 2005
Is there any particular reason that we are using the mysqli driver? I know that with PHP 5.0.3, the 'mysql' driver works fine against a MySQL 4.1.10+ db - they fixed the backwards compatibility issue. I don't know about php4, and I suppose for those people who are on php5 (<5.0.3) they might need it...
This wasn't particularly highly publicized, so not everyone is necessarily aware of it.
I guess if the db abstraction is handling it, it doesn't matter.
On Wed, 26 Oct 2005 12:36:23 -0400, "Adam D. Oliver" <Adam.Oliver at fblaw.com> wrote:
> I'm running the 20051021 build on PHP 5 and MySQLi. Working fine so
> far. I do not have a lot of people to test it. I had to make the
> following changes.
> Insert the following after the mysql case ending on line 174 of
> case 'mysqli':
> return mysqli_insert_id($this->db_handle->connection);
> In db.inc.php make this change to line 21
> $rcmail_config['db_dsnw'] = 'mysqli://user:pass@localhost/dbname';
> If you have chrooted mysql and have to use TCP like me then remember to
> change the host accordingly.
> $rcmail_config['db_dsnw'] = 'mysqli://user:email@example.com/dbname';
> If this was already posted by somebody then never mind. :-)
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