Don’t know for exactly what reason (Google gave some details ), but Google decided that codesearch is not an useful search tool. They’ve discontinued this functionality but didn’t told what feature will replace it.
Which of the three setters is better: Personally I’d use the third variant, but I’m open to suggestions 🙂
When you notice that BEGIN, COMMIT, ROLLBACK don’t seem to work (the queries are committed immediately) just take a look at the storage engine of your tables. It should be set to InnoDB. I’ve wasted 4 hours until i figured out what the problem was in my php pages, hope this will help you 🙂
Due to some unfortunate bugs on my project I recently discovered a terrific problem with mysqli and 64bit numbers: no matter you have a 64bit OS and php is compiled for x64, mysqli will truncate the to 32bit any 64bit number when calling the mysqli_stmt::bind_param() method. Due to this and the fact that I was using […]
As Thomas Habets posted on it’s blog (http://blog.habets.pp.se/2010/09/gettimeofday-should-never-be-used-to-measure-time): gettimeofday() and time() should only be used to get the current time if the current wall-clock time is actually what you want. They should never be used to measure time or schedule an event X time into the future. And because the time() and microtime() function relies on gettimeofday(), those […]