On Monday 13 May 2002 15:05, r wrote:
> Hey there guys,
> I have a slight problem which i could not solve via Java servlets and now
> that I am migrating to PHP I was wondering if its possible...
> I am hosting with a company that has given me a database (MySql) I am using
> the database for all my apps which are only being accessed via my
> servlets....... I want to change that and convert all my servlets to PHP.
> Being new to PHP i am sure to make a lot of mistakes and instead of
> uploading my PHP page, getting errors/ redoing it, uploading etc I was
> kinda hoping i could connect to the remote database via my local machine? I
> already have PHP installed on my machine..... on the remote host the
> details are
> Localhost
> jimmy*** (Username)
> gunsand***** (Password)
> umace_com (Database name)
> Is this possible?

It depends on whether your hosting company allows remote connections to the 
mysql server. Speak to them.

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
Open Source Software Systems Integrators
* Web Design & Hosting * Internet & Intranet Applications Development *

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                -- Steven Feiner

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