Re: [PHP-DB] Something Stupid

2001-02-07 Thread Curtis Maurand
I told you it was something stupid! That was it. Thank you. Its good to be able to bounce this stuff off of someone. I'm surprised that doesn't generate a parse error. Sometimes we just get so wrapped up in it, that it takes another set of eyes to see the forest for the trees. Curtis -

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2001-02-07 Thread Income Opportunity
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[PHP-DB] Web Development Language of Choice

2001-02-07 Thread Juan Manuel
Recently I read an article on Information Week magazine (January, 2000). They compare PHP and Perl for Web Development. Because I'm not a Perl developer I only focus on PHP. Do you know how many RAM use PHP for each hit ? And if we're using database access, How is affected the performance

Re: [PHP-DB] Web Development Language of Choice

2001-02-07 Thread JB
Are you running this on a Unix server? If you are you could probably handle hundreds of thousands of hits a day with a single PIII and 128 megs of RAM. If you're not serving a mass amount of hits (tens of thousands) the you have no reason to be concerned. - Original Message - From:

Re: [PHP-DB] Writing to a file on the user's machine.

2001-02-07 Thread JJeffman
I think write to the user's machine it's up to him, you can't write to it, you have to "invite" the user to download the file you created for him on the server. That's the polished application ! HTH. Jayme. http://www.conex.com.br/jjeffman -Mensagem Original- De: Gary Robinson

Re: [PHP-DB] using ID

2001-02-07 Thread JJeffman
What for you need a ID if you have already the username which I guess may a unique key ? HTH. Jayme. http://www.conex.com.br/jjeffman -Mensagem Original- De: Brandon Feldhahn [EMAIL PROTECTED] Para: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Enviada em: segunda-feira, 5 de fevereiro de 2001 22:00 Assunto:

RE: [PHP-DB] using ID

2001-02-07 Thread Cal Evans
Ohh, Ohh, OOHH! [waving hand wildly in the air] :) Because primary key should always be system generated and not a value that the user ever sees, can modify, or that means anything to anyone other than the system. usernames can change. PK's should never change. In this case, if

[PHP-DB] php/mySQL help

2001-02-07 Thread Stinsman, Scott
Hi everyone..been away and off the list for awhile.i am back to work and need some help. I am not sure if I am having a problem with my PHP or mySQL. I have a table called "Restaurant" with a field called "Cuisine". There are 5 records in this table. When I run my code, it only returns one

[PHP-DB] what's a core file?

2001-02-07 Thread Marc S. Bragg
ran a few php scripts retrieiving info from mysql database to check / test things, and ended up with a file called "core" in the same new directory created for this purpose. any one know what a "core" file is? or why it's there? the scripts were little, under 10k, but the core file is 3mb --

Re: [PHP-DB] what's a core file?

2001-02-07 Thread Darryl Friesen
ran a few php scripts retrieiving info from mysql database to check / test things, and ended up with a file called "core" in the same new directory created for this purpose. any one know what a "core" file is? or why it's there? the scripts were little, under 10k, but the core file is 3mb

RE: [PHP-DB] php/mySQL help

2001-02-07 Thread Stinsman, Scott
thanx andy-- i put this code on my page and now my whole page is blank. any clues? -Original Message- From: Andrew Rush [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2001 4:14 PM To: Stinsman, Scott Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] php/mySQL help On Wednesday, February 7, 2001, at

RE: [PHP-DB] php/mySQL help

2001-02-07 Thread Stinsman, Scott
I made some changes and the page is up but there is no drop-down menu.don't i have to add some echo statements in here? --scott -Original Message- From: Stinsman, Scott [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2001 4:29 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'

RE: [PHP-DB] php/mySQL help

2001-02-07 Thread Stinsman, Scott
got it!! just needed an echo "$select"; thanx man! this has helped immensely! --scott -Original Message- From: Stinsman, Scott Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2001 4:42 PM To: Stinsman, Scott; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: RE: [PHP-DB] php/mySQL help I made some changes and the page

Re: [PHP-DB] refreshing form select boxes with javascript. possible?

2001-02-07 Thread JJeffman
No, JavaScript is "Client" side, while PHP is "Server" side script, so to call php scripts you have to make a request to the server. If the amount of data is not very large you can get all data needed to run the "application" client side, load the data into JavaScript arrays and refresh the

[PHP-DB] refreshing form select boxes with javascript. possible?

2001-02-07 Thread Kepa Lyman
Hi, I have a MySQL database that contains a table of composer names/ID numbers, another of symphonies/ID numbers, and another of symphonies/composer ID's. The problem is that under the search form now, the search by name does a simple query to the symphonies/ID table and gets back a result of

[PHP-DB] storing checkbox data to DB

2001-02-07 Thread olinux
I read a great article here about storing checkbox data in a DB [also generating the form from the DB] http://phpbuilder.com/columns/laflamme20001016.php3?print_mode=1 I am having trouble getting the form to insert ... NOTHING shows up, well just HTMLHEAD/HEAD etc. I have three tables: USER -

[PHP-DB] Tricky one - include($identifer);

2001-02-07 Thread Simon Helson
Hey guys - I've been mulling this one over for a few days now - and still haven't come up with anything intelligent to sort it... I'm building a site where you can edit the content on the fly - basically allowing you to write code and add pages without touching a telnet or ftp session etc etc

Re: [PHP-DB] php/mySQL help

2001-02-07 Thread php3
Addressed to: "Stinsman, Scott" [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** Reply to note from "Stinsman, Scott" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Wed, 7 Feb 2001 16:00:29 -0500 Hi everyone..been away and off the list for awhile.i am back to work and need some help. I am not sure if I am having a

Re: [PHP-DB] Tricky one - include($identifer);

2001-02-07 Thread szii
http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.eval.php Couple of notes from the userbase show how to include HTML in a php $content passed to eval() 'Luck. -Szii At 05:07 PM 2/8/2001 +1300, Simon Helson wrote: Hey guys - I've been mulling this one over for a few days now - and still haven't come up

[PHP-DB] PHP mySQL

2001-02-07 Thread PHP user
HI! I am Japanese in Tokyo. How about you? I still have a question. initial condition 1) three are many *html in my SQL ex:xxx.html,and yyy.html 2)I have domain ex: abc (ex: http://www.abc.com) 3)database name : aaa 4)table name :bbb I want to try next step. when I type in URL from brouze