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Stephen Montgomery

Stephen Montgomery is currently a genetics Ph.D. student at Canada's
Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre in Vancouver, BC. He has an
undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics and several years of software
development experience. He is an instructor for the Canadian
Bioinformatics Workshops and a core member of VanBUG, the Vancouver
Bioinformatics User Group.



I experienced a problem where a client application accessing a server was unable to use the server to subsequently access a MySQL database.

However, unit testing on the server side...

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