2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 16, 2008 6:55 AM by (Carlos_B)

    PHP5 and MySQL 5 Compatibility

      I host my websites on a reseller account for a webhost that is about to upgrade their server technology to PHP5 and MySQL 5. Both PHP and MySQL is now at version 4."something." :-) My question is this, I have websites that were built using MX Kollection Pro 3.7.1 and ADDT 1.0. Has anyone came across any compatibility issues with using PHP5 and MySQL 5. At this point, I don't think I will have issues using PHP5 - but not sure. But the MySQL 5 is uncharted territory for me.

      I really don't want to have a website that will not function properly due to the upgrade. I hope someone has come across using those technologies, so let me know if you have had any problems. I exclusively use ADDT for my new websites. MX Kollection is for managing my older websites. I only use the PHP/MySQL combination for my websites.

      Also, to write my database tables, I use PhpMyAdmin to create the tables. It is easy for me to login to my hosting account and use that program to write my tables. I then used Kollection or ADDT to write the scripts as far joining tables and stuff like that.
        • 1. Re: PHP5 and MySQL 5 Compatibility
          Günter Schenk Level 4
          Hi Carlos,

          this has already been answered in the thread "Is PHP 5, Apache 2.2, MySQL 5, compatible with ADDT?" :: http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.3c0555ef/1

          Günter Schenk
          Adobe Community Expert, Dreamweaver
          • 2. Re: PHP5 and MySQL 5 Compatibility
            Level 1
            Thank you! I have sites hosted on two different accounts. Most on a multi account that allows me to host other domains and a "real" reseller account. Once the reseller account makes the change and everything still looks right, I will then cancel my multi account but not before migrating everything to the reseller account. I was scared that my websites would not work and was at a standstill on what I should do next. Thanks for the info!