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Hi all, i would like to learn about mysql, i'm recently worked on access but i decided to upgare to a web application does anyone have good code samples or guidlines?...

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    Hi all,
    i would like to learn about mysql,
    i'm recently worked on access but i decided to upgare to a web
    application
    does anyone have good code samples or guidlines?

    thread Guest

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    "thread" <com> wrote in message
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    You didn't say how you'd be using MySQL, but with PHP one of my favorite
    books is "PHP and MySQL Web Development".

    I don't reference it anymore, but it was very helpful wayback when.


    Bosconian Guest

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    hi bosconian,
    thanks for your replay,do you know what is the closest language to VB
    that i can use for mysql?
    Bosconian wrote: 
    >
    > You didn't say how you'd be using MySQL, but with PHP one of my favorite
    > books is "PHP and MySQL Web Development".
    >
    > I don't reference it anymore, but it was very helpful wayback when.[/ref]

    thread Guest

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    thread wrote: 

    VB can connect to MySQL as it can connect to most other database brands,
    using an ODBC connector.

    See http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/myodbc-connector.html

    Regards,
    Bill K.
    Bill Guest

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    "thread" <com> wrote in message
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    >>
    >> You didn't say how you'd be using MySQL, but with PHP one of my favorite
    >> books is "PHP and MySQL Web Development".
    >>
    >> I don't reference it anymore, but it was very helpful wayback when.[/ref]
    >[/ref]

    For web development there's always VBScript via ASP.


    Bosconian Guest

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    On Thu, 05 Oct 2006 07:56:29 -0700, thread wrote:
     

    The closest language to VB would be VB!

    Just get the MySQL ODBC driver and address it via the MS adodb or dao
    libraries. If you can break from Microsofts somewhat peculiar SQL syntax,
    you will get the best performance by setting the dbSQLPassThrough switch
    and communing directly with the MySQL server.

    You are just throwing SQL commands at the server and retrieving the
    results in an ado recordset object. The programming language you choose
    to do that with is irrelevant.

    At least as far as the MySQL server is concerned ;-)
    Thomas Bartkus
    Thomas Guest

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