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    Re: Table size limit?


    You can also read the Database normalization article at
    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/MySQL/Normal/

    and

    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/MySQL/Normal2/
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    how does thiswork?


    am i supposed to be "typing" into DOS or what? I have downloaded mysql, but no idea where to start the typing.,....

    Please help

    aussiehorse@mail.com
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    Wonderful!


    I was very pleased to find out how clearly writen and helpful this tutorial was.
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    There are one or two typoes in the code, I think, where quotes are left unopened or unclosed, but it was pretty obvious what was going on.
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    Thanks!!
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    Awesome Tutorial.


    Great tutorial, I had no problems with it. Terrific for people just starting out.
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    YES, but...


    I thought the subject was about \"how to link HTML forms to DB?\". I did not find any of this info there so ANY IDEAS WHERE TO FIND IT?
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    Re: YES, but...


    I'm probably just as much of a newbie as anyone else reading this tutorial, but I'd think you'll probably have to use a CGI script to input the data... there are plenty of free CGI script sites to help ya out
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    thanks icarus.


    i really love you'r tutorial. i finally understood how things work.
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    now i wait for part 2. please hurry! = )
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    thanks again.
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    Re: Awesome Tutorial.


    Please tell me where I can find this
    "Awesome Tutorial."
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    I understand now


    Great Tut, can not wait for part 2

    Off to try out that DROP table command now
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    Where to start?


    sorry...I'm very very new in this and in database. I just don't know how to open the mySQL client and which file to look.
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    Re: Where to start?


    Sorry....
    I got it already. Thx anyway. This site is great!
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    Re: Where to start?


    I had similar problems. When i downloaded mysql and unzipped it.

    I tried to install it and couldn't get it to work. Any help would be appreciated.
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    I'm not sure...but just give it a shot.


    I don't know the correct way to do it. It was just an accidental discovery. What I did was I install the WinMySQLadmin (mysqladmin.exe can be found under mysql/bin directory - if you're using windows). You can check info in WINMYSQLADMIN.HLP on how to istall. When installation is done, the easiest way you can do is to restart your computer. When you restart you'll see an icon (looks like a traffic light) on the windows taskbar. If it shows green light it means the server is up. Then you can go to mysql/bin and run mysql.exe file. Hope this help. Good luck!
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    question regarding the joining table.


    My question is this.

    How was the join table (table.status) created with MySQL code? Currently in MySQL the reference command is not supported.

    Is it possible to create a functioning joining table using MySQL code only? Or do I have to find a way to enable SQL commands?

    -Kris
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    Re: question regarding the joining table.


    I no longer need an answer for my previous question. Though others may, so please feel free to answer if you know how too.

    I got around the problem by creating an interface that allows an end user to add data to the joining table on there own rather then doing it automatically. This works for me as not every trainee will be assigned to every course.

    -Kris

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