We have a content management system and one of its features is what we call a "databse browser". What it allows you to do is take a table and display contents in the way it is useful for the relevant audience. One of the new features that was requested was editing the content which will in turn be moderated. All pretty straight forward when you are dealing with individual tables. Now it starts getting a little complex when we involve queries.
This database browser can also accept queries as input and display the output. It pretty much takes the (pre-detremined) query sends it to mysql and dumps the result out. Now how do we let people edit these results. Now keep in mind any type of query that mysql supports can be used. One way would be to find out columns are obtained as a result of this query and store them in a temporary table and when they are updated change them in their respective tables. Seems too easy. Any other suggestions or ideas? --Turi -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php