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Hi All,

I am building quite a complex CMS (mysql & php) and am wondering what the best approach to inserting data into multiple tables at once is.

I have about 10 tables i need up update with user data, some of them linked by keys, others not.

I have done quite a bit of searching on the net to see what the best approach is and all i seem to find is the multiple queries option.

Whilst the mysql_return_id seems to be the common answer for getting inserted id values back, I was wondering if there was a multiple table insert statement available as there is with the select query?

If the only option is the mysql_return_id road, is the returned id thread specific or is it literally the last inserted id?

The reason why i ask this is, the site i am building will be capable of many users updating information all the time, so if an insert id comes back from another user on a separate thread, it isn't going to work as i intend.

I do hope i have been clear enough in my question and thank the community in advance for any responses you may be able to offer me.

Kind Regards

BM

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hi,

are you writing the site OO?

if so you could look into serialization of the object, ormaybe even just a single function that you pass your parameters into

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