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A few questions from a newbie for someone who knows there stuff - MySQL

I am trying to create a reservation interface for my website. I would like for people to be able to check for availability then make a reservation. I have looked at several php and mysql tutorials. I understand the basics. I created the current reservation system I use in Access. So I have a good understanding of databases and how they work. I know what I want to accomplish. What I would like is to be able to ask someone who is knowledgeable in mysql a few questions. I need someone who really knows the ins and outs. Not just ...

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    Default A few questions from a newbie for someone who knows there stuff

    I am trying to create a reservation interface for my website. I would
    like for people to be able to check for availability then make a
    reservation. I have looked at several php and mysql tutorials. I
    understand the basics. I created the current reservation system I use
    in Access. So I have a good understanding of databases and how they
    work. I know what I want to accomplish. What I would like is to be
    able to ask someone who is knowledgeable in mysql a few questions. I
    need someone who really knows the ins and outs. Not just how to
    collect or display information I get that. If you are such a person
    and you wouldn't mind me running a few questions by you. You can email
    me at com. Thanks for help!

    deercreek Guest

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    Default Re: A few questions from a newbie for someone who knows there stuff

    On Feb 1, 11:58 am, "deercreek" <com> wrote: 

    my email was blanked out my eamail is daniel_oyler at irco.com. Thank
    you!

    deercreek Guest

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    Default Re: A few questions from a newbie for someone who knows there stuff

    On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:58:20 -0500, deercreek <com> wrote:
     

    Welcome to usenet - where people answer questions and share their
    expertise in public for the benefit of all.

    You might be surprised to find that in the entire world, you aren't the
    only person who knows access but needs a hand with mysql. Rather asking
    someone who really knows the ins and outs of mysql to spend time privately
    answering your questions, only to have them turn around and spend time
    privately answering those same questions for me, then privately answering
    those same questions for the next person, why not save their time and just
    post the questions here? As a bonus, those answers (and questions) become
    a searchable archive for future use. Such a deal!

    Try your questions here first.

    Jim
    Jim Guest

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