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    hmm!


    I wasn\'t expecting anyone to put my PHP/MySQL experiences on their site...

    please do tell me if theres a better way to do things.
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    Tut


    Hi there,

    Just wanna say you\'ve got a great tut there! But where is the actual Joe\'s used auto sales page? Does it exist at all?

    Keep up the good work!

    Tristan
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    Yes there is


    Yes there is .. as far as a relational database ( from the sense of results grouping rather than constructional efforts)
    and as far as on the fly generated pages with pre set rules of variables and hosts of pre set auto detected variables built in PHP . the MYSQL/PHP combination especially on a unix , memory savy server Super exceed any other solution I have heardof tested or used.. THE TIME SPENT LEARNING THIS IS WELL WORTH IT.
    Asem Aly
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    Next part?


    He man, when will the next part come out?
    Good story btw.

    Greetz,

    Quassum
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    no shell


    I have my PHP and MySQL database hosted on a free site that supports both of these, although what I don\'t have is shell access. Is there any way to create a PHP page that I could use to administer my database. At the least I need to be able to add tables and set their options... Any suggestions?
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    Re: no shell


    Try phpMyAdmin there\'s a link on the projects page of php.net

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    newbie problems


    When doing this I get:
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    Fatal error: Call to unsupported or undefined function mysql_connect() in /home/zodiac/public_html/add.php3 on line 25
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    am i missing something? is this an apache problem? I have the php mod installed, is there a mysql mod to install? and which one?
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    thanks
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    Re: Tut


    well Joe\'s autos is just a name i used the tutorial is based around a project i had to do for "Buy Right Cars" buyrightcars.co.nz but don\'t expect to see the site any time soon as they still have not paid...
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    Re: Next part?


    I am working on it... Im just a little busy with other projects

    soon
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    Re: no shell


    Or go there directly:
    http://phpwizard.net/phpMyAdmin/

    There\'s also an online demo to try it out.
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    Re: Next part?


    Kewl, oh btw there\'s a typo in the part you\'ve to insert in the database, the last lne before the closing tag (picture_name) ends with an , you shouldn\'t place one there. But please work on your next part, your tut. was very usefull, I have a bit different version now with error checking etc. If you want that version mail me. But work on the next part! I\'ll be looking forward to it.....
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    Re: newbie problems


    I\'m a newbie too, but I get this problem in my linux box.

    I have downloaded the PHP3 source and the APACHE source and followed the instructions to compile PHP3 and APACHE with MySQL support and all work very well.
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    Re: Tut


    Yes, I too have plenty of clients who pay promptly on lawsuite....

    Sigh.

    A nice tutorial. I too started working with PHP due to the speed with which you can get things done with it. Wish the language was more python-like (human readable) rather than perl/c-like (twitsted freak hacker readable) though. Why DO peole like && instead of AND - AND is even easier to type!

    Perspiring minds want to know.

    Looking forward to your next installment.

    Alan
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    Re: hmm!


    You\'ve just used a couple dozen lines of code (including HTML) to create a program to update a mysql database. How much easier do you want? <GRIN>

    Alan
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    Re: newbie problems


    Make sure you have MySQL support in your
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    web server. Linux users w/Apache from
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    rpm should find the mod_mysql rpm or an
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    Apache rpm with MySQL support enabled.
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    Find the mod_mysql rpm that matches the
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    version of your Apache rpm.
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    If you are compiling from source (preferred)
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    you can enable MySQL support in Apache
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