In article <00d201c10e41$9fa2e340$b943500c@zeospantera>,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Ken Sommers) wrote:
> Is it possible to exchange data on remote databases in PHP mysql?
PHP is a scripting language.
MySQL is a database management system (DBMS).
Two different things.
> Suppose I had a MUSIC database that you wanted your site visitors to be able
> to query,and it was OK with me because you had a MOVIE database that I
> wanted MY site visitors to be able to query,
> Could we swing this?
(Already answered in the previous thread.)
> IF it exists,,where are all the tutorials and docs on it?
Any tutorial/book that explains how to make a "search engine" using PHP and
MySQL can give you the overview. The difference betweeen implementing that
fuctionality via a remote connection vs. a local connection is trivial (a
minor difference in the "host" setting for the database connection
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