How would I generate the file?
Make each record 1 line in the file?

After the file is created, how do I download it?

Thanks,

Seth

"Kim Steinhaug" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I would imagine the best way would be a system that triggers a
> script on the different serveres. This script creates a datafile
> which you import with fopen and then you create the database
> set you need to generate nice stats from.
>
> Else you would need the different servers to accept incoming
> connections on their MySQL from your host, which I would think
> would be alot of work to accomplish. Preparing datasets on the
> different servers with a script sounds much more simple in my
> opinion, after all this script will only be "updated" at given
> intervals.
>
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> "Seth Bembeneck" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > I'm trying to work on a project that gathers info from different
servers,
> > then combines them and displays it.
> >
> > Is it possble to merge the tables from the different servers into 1
table
> > using php?
> >
> > My one solution to this was to have a php script on each server, then
have
> > my website call each php script, retrieve the info then insert it into
my
> > database.
> >
> > For a glimps of the amount of data I'm trying to merge:
> > http://cwhq.net/index.php?action=stats&mod=kill_stats_totals
> >
> > Now imagine 10 different servers with similer data.
> >
> > I'm trying to provide a way for Deltaforce Gamers to see their stat from
> all
> > the game servers that collect the stats in 1 location.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Seth
> >


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