You should install something like phpMyAdmin, which is a web based admin tool for MySQL... among it's MANY awesome features (create & modify tables and databases, perform queries, all in a GUI way), it has the ability to save dumps of the database or table structure, and/or the database/table data.
It's fantastic for back-ups etc etc. I cannot recommend this (free/opensource) tool enough. Basicaly, you do a dump from phpMyAdmin on your local system as an .sql file, then use the dump to create/update your "live" data through another copy of phpMyAdmin on your live system. Couldn't be easier. http://phpMyAdmin.org/ (I think) Justin French -------------------- Creative Director http://Indent.com.au -------------------- on 05/04/02 10:39 AM, Anthony Ritter ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > Using MS Windows 98, Apache, PHP and mySQL. > > I've installed Apache on my hard drive to test a database driven website > using PHP and mySQL. > > Could somebody lead me through the steps if I want to continue using the > mySQL database and PHP when the site goes live and the files are uploaded > and published to my ISP's server? > > Is this possible? > > Thanking all in advance. > Tony Ritter > > > > > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php