On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 5:18 AM, Florin Jurcovici <florin.jurcov...@gmail.com
> wrote:

> Hi.
> Create a page containing just:
> <?php
> phpinfo()
> ?>
> open it in a browser, then see if SQLite appears in the resulting web
> page. If yes, you're done - you can use an actual database, although
> an embedded one. But this should also mean that you have file write
> access from PHP - since SQLite creates databases in files, which it
> needs to be able to write. (Although brain-damaged setups where SQLite
> is installed but write access to the disk cannot be excluded - you
> need to test.)
> If you don't have write access to the disk, my guess is that paying
> for mySQL is the cheapest solution - and a very good one, actually.
> br,
> flj

Paying for mysql (non enterprise) just seems wrong...



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