Except that a) I already have my form and script done, b) don't have time to learn phpMyAdmin, c) want to know why the script doesn't work as-is.
On Apr 21, 2013, at 12:46 PM, David OBrien <dgobr...@gmail.com> wrote: > Not meaning to beat the proverbial dead horse > > I am developing a web portal that has to display the tables in the DB via a > form/script. The web page has a login with user and password. Right now I am > just trying to connect. > This for a commercial app - the client wants both an API connect via PHP and > a web portal in which they can login from a web page and view the tables in > the DB. Right now I am just trying to get the form/PHP interaction to work. > > This sounds like a very good use statement for http://www.phpmyadmin.net/ > > You can set it for http auth in the config ... they enter a mysql username > and password and they only see the databases and tables you want them to see > > Might be easier than reinventing the wheel and stressing all of us :)