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PHP MySQL Tutorial
This is a PHP and MySQL tutorial. With code examples like uploading files to database, creating guestbook, contact form, Content Management System (CMS), User Authentication etc.
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Random MySQL result-set
This sample script produces a result set of random rows from a table. It does so by populating one of the columns with a random number, and then doing a select statement that uses it to sort the results.
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Count and display the number of rows in a MySQL database table
This code will count the number of entries / records in a MySQL database table and then display it using echo.
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PHP and MySQL examples
The purpose of these examples are to show you various ways to use PHP and MySQL. The examples include displaying all fields in the database, random fields, sorting alphabetically and limiting the results returned.
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Start Using MySQL
A Brief introduction in how to use MySQL, Great tutorial for beginners.
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phpMyAdmin Tutorial: Transformations & PDF-Features
After having worked through this tutorial you will be able to: * know how the additional phpMyAdmin features using special seperate tables work and how to set them up * store pictures inside a MySQL table and view them from within phpMyAdmin * put specific transformations on any of your columns * create your own transformations, even with active PHP-code in it! * create PDF pages of your table layout, with relations and individually positioned ER-models At the end of this tutorial there's also some hints on getting the most out of your phpMyAdmin config file, showing you some configuration directives which seem to get less public attention.
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Newest MySQL manual in HTML Help (.chm)
Everyone who likes MS HTML Help (.chm extension) can now obtain complete conversion of MySQL manual into this format. This conversion tries to bring additional functionality and make using of MySQL manual more comfortable.
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Configuring PHP with ORACLE 8i Support
This article will briefly describe how to compile PHP with ORACLE 8i support. The author writes "when i try to compile php with oracle support on Solaris 2.6 i got lots of problems. after tedious search in internet i have found solution. I have following configuration: ORACLE 8.1.6; PHP 4.0.6; Apache 1.3.19 (Already Installed)."
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Best Practices: Database Abstraction
PEAR's DB classes are one of the database abstraction layers. This article takes a look at some traditional database access methods and then compare them with the method employed by PEAR.
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SQL Theory & How-To
This article addresses two SQL-related issues in PHP: 1) Creating complex, powerful, queries to take advantage of your table schemas, and 2) Building those queries on the fly according to user input.
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Building Next/Prev Buttons for Query Results (Part 2)
In this Part 2 of the article "Building Next/Prev Buttons for Query Results," you will be shown a sample code designed to work in most instances (with minor changes).
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PHP4 Session Handler using ADODB
PHP4 is packed with good features. One of the most popular is session variables. These are variables that persist throughout a session, as the user moves from page to page. Session variables are great holders of state information and other useful stuff. PHP4's session variables are stored in files by default. However for true scalability, it is better to store this data in a database using a database wrapper library like ADODB. ADODB supports Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Interbase, MSSQL, VFP, Access, ADO.
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ODBC Socket Server
This article describes how to make Access and PHP work together using the ODBCSocketServer, an open source socket server, available at http://odbc.linuxave.net/. This tutorial will take you through configuring your machines and using the socket server.
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PHPLIB and multiple databases
This 6-page article explains how to create an extension to PHPLIB to work with multiple databases. You may find this article helps you extend PHPLIB in other ways. Read this article to the end and then think about situations where PHPLIB performs 98% of what you want.
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Uploading, Saving and Downloading Binary Data in a MySQL Database
This article is aimed at answering one of the most asked questions on the PHP mailing list and discussion forums alike: How to store binary files in a MySQL database. This article is split into three pages: Setting up the database, Creating the 'upload' scripts, and Creating the 'download' script. Includes the complete source code for all the scripts involved.
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Are PHP and MySQL the Perfect Couple?
Many devs using MySQL have fallen in love with PHP. Jason Gilmore explains why they're the perfect couple. This is ore of an introductory article on PHP and MySQL covering such topics as features of PHP and MySQL, and how to use PHP to interact with MySQL.
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Accessing a Microsoft SQL Server database from PHP running under Linux
This article describes how to connect and query an MS SQL server (running under a Windows operating system) from php installed on a unix box.
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ODBC with PHP: Tips and Hints on Windows
ODBC is one of Microsoft's earliest technologies for connecting to databases. This article describes how to setup and use ODBC from a PHP perspective. Also discusses ODBC extension bugs, database wrapper libraries, Microsoft's ADO (which is Microsoft's recommended API for 4GL programmers) and DSN-less connections.
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Database Normalization And Design Techniques
One of the most important factors in dynamic web page development is database definition. If your tables are not set up properly, it can cause you a lot of headaches down the road when you have to perform miraculous SQL calls in your PHP code in order to extract the data you want. By understanding data relationships and the normalization of data, you will be better prepared to begin developing your application in PHP. This 6-page article describes the data relationships and the normalization of data using a simple example.
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Admin user interface: adding and deleting users
This is the second part of creating Web-based admin user interface. This tutorial covers adding and deleting users via Web form using a MySQL database.
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