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Subject:Some feedback
Summary:Fast, easy, efficient but how to handle updates ?
Messages:2
Author:olivier percebois
Date:2005-10-10 17:21:24
Update:2013-12-19 21:46:13
 

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Picture of olivier percebois olivier percebois - 2005-10-10 17:21:24
Hi,

I tested your class and found it simple to use and very efficient on my script wich is relying on recursive queries. However, I think one important feature is missing : refreshing the cache on update...

cheers

olivier

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Picture of Tejas Soni Tejas Soni - 2013-12-19 21:46:13 - In reply to message 1 from olivier percebois
hello how to use it on mysql query ??


my mysql code is


echo "<h2>Latest Updates</h2>";


$sql = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM new ORDER BY date DESC LIMIT 9");
while($list = mysql_fetch_array($sql))
{
echo "<div class=\"updateRow\">$list[1]</div>";
}


now how to use mysql query cache on this example code ??


plz sir help me

 

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