How about you make a simple script on Server B that will handle Database
stuff, and you get a Script on server A to fopen http://B/myscript.php and
do calls like myscript.php?a=add&name=fred&address=uk etc
and you can do the same to retrieve data but just parse out the popup with
the script on Server A
Does this wierd idea make sense?
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From: "Markus Mayer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2001 3:42 AM
Subject: [PHP] Really weird problem: cross-server databasing *g*
> Hi folks!
> Let's say you have two servers, on the first one ("A") you have your
> containig all those nice php scripts and co but only a crazy small
> (2 megs), on the second one ("B") you have a really big database available
> but the problem, that the provider won't allow you to access the database
> from any other place than from your account on B. That wouldn't be the
> problem, but B opens pop ups each time, you open a website there - and
> couldn't be the solution.
> Has anyone an idea how to access the database on B without opening a
> there (and with this, without opening a popup) from server A?
> ANY help much appreciated!
> Markus Mayer
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