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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: How to display all the content of the database?

by herveus (Parson)
on Jan 09, 2003 at 13:00 UTC ( #225522=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: How to display all the content of the database?
in thread How to display all the content of the database?

Howdy!

So the database is already implemented in MySQL? It would have been helpful to mention that earlier. :)

I don't know MySQL well enough to know how it does referential integrity; I'm a Sybase guy being turned into an Informix guy.

How does the PHP code discover children? You should probably be able to use the same metadata it uses. It can't know any more than your Perl script can.

yours,
Michael

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: How to display all the content of the database?
by Alex the Serb (Monk) on Jan 09, 2003 at 13:03 UTC
    Well, give me $500 and I'll buy it and then I'll tell you how the problem is solved :)

    PS: for that price you'll get full web system with admin area and lots of other stuff.
      Howdy!

      OK. So are you also having to implement the database itself? Does that give you control over the RDBMS you use on the backend?

      If you get to design the database, you get to make things possible. If you are handed a database to query against, then you can discover the list of tables, hopefully programmaticly. One can hope that the relationships can also be discovered on the fly.

      yours,
      Michael

        Hi,

        I really don't know what they did. Anyway, you get the whole system which displays all there is in the database in a way that is attractive. So if you already have any database that is for example a catalog, a list of departments, workers and projects and etc., or any other database of something that have to be displayed in arranged way, you'll get this without doing any of the work yourself. And you can apply it to any database and DBMS. I know, this sounds like a miracle, but they somehow did it, at least that is what they claim.

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