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Re: Mysqli vs mysql
Posted by: Petr Rozsypal
Date: October 31, 2017 03:01AM

You need to change all functions to their mysqli variant. If not changed, later versions of specific software (PHP7+) will not work with this mysql connector..
I was solving this issue when migrating whole server under Semtix brand ( and I can tell you it's a real problem - that's why I always suggest to use additional, abstract layer, so all the mysql functions are easy to change. Instead of changing thousands of lines of code, you change just the layer...

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