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I already created MySQL User and Password database in my hosting control panel and connection strings code appears there. Before I will set up testing server in site definition, I understand I have to make sure create a database and add the tables via phpMyAdmin first. I am still not understand the table running on localhost. For sample: Field, type of varchar, etc etc...lenght/values, attributes, null, defaults, ectra, blah blah...it is way over my head. I have DWMX with XP Pro...and I need to connect MYSQL and PHP database works in localhost for to build the login page only. Thanks....

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    Default MySQL and PHP connect

    I already created MySQL User and Password database in my hosting control
    panel and connection strings code appears there. Before I will set up
    testing server in site definition, I understand I have to make sure create a
    database and add the tables via phpMyAdmin first. I am still not understand
    the table running on localhost. For sample: Field, type of varchar, etc
    etc...lenght/values, attributes, null, defaults, ectra, blah blah...it is
    way over my head. I have DWMX with XP Pro...and I need to connect MYSQL and
    PHP database works in localhost for to build the login page only.

    Thanks.


    Treize13 Guest

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    Treize13 wrote:
    >[...] I am still not understand
    >the table running on localhost. For sample: Field, type of varchar, etc
    >etc...lenght/values, attributes, null, defaults, ectra, blah blah...it is
    >way over my head. I have DWMX with XP Pro...and I need to connect MYSQL and
    >PHP database works in localhost for to build the login page only.
    So where or what exactly is your problem?

    If you don't understand the SQL syntax how to create tables than the
    MySQL manual might help. If you have connection problems it might be a
    PHP issue or missing privileges to access the server.

    If you wanna build a login system I strongly recommend that you
    understand what you're doing! Just click-and-play without knowing
    what's going on won't take you any further and may raise security
    problems.

    Micha
    Michael Fesser Guest

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    Default Re:MySQL and PHP connect

    I suggest you goto [url]http://www.mysql.com/[/url] and then goto doentations and then follow up on the basics. You can also goto [url]http://www.w3schools.com/[/url]. They have a few very nice tutorials about SQL. After those, you will have a much clearer understanding of MySQL & PHP.

    Pistolfire99


    Pistolfire99 webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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