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  1. #11
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    Dec 2003
    South Carolina

    Default Re: PHP and MySql

    Yes... Very much looking forward to that!



  2. #12
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    Default Re: PHP and MySql

    Ok, it's sound good. But do you mean mysql or ms sql, cuz I only use mysql :-/ . and for me right now the only REAL problem is that you cant search in the exported html, the other problems i can live with. of cause it would be nice with som automatic export or even mysql and php. i dont really need the ability to add directly on-line, so just using the application would work fine since it's awesome! But with out the ability search on web (i want my collection on-line) I don't want to buy this product and I will look for an alternative :-/

  3. #13
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    Default Re: PHP and MySql

    The .dax will let you output a SQL script file that you can upload to a database of your choice. I am using both MYSql and SQL Server 2000 for testing.

    Also I will include the PHP and ASP script for displaying artists, albums and searching each of the following.

    I will release it just as soon as I finish testing both versions.


  4. #14
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    Default Re: PHP and MySql

    err.. i mean on the searching that you can search both artists and album titles.

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Oct 2004

    Default Re: PHP and MySql


    I'm trying to get some more features in the site. If I log on as administrator, I can change the template, use FreeDB, change information like names, song titles, etc., add artists, genres, search song titles and artists, change site configuration.

    The things I just want to change is to add new CDs and to add the possibility to have songs and video's on one item. This isn't possible in OCD.
    And of course more pictures with one item. So I have a directory with pictures with front, back, inside, book front, book back, etc. This isn't working at all, but necessary.

    I use OCD only for CDs. But I want to add items like books with CDs, music DVDs etc.
    I export the database with the SQL statement. But than I change it to fit in in my MySQL database. The database consists now of 10 tables and I'm not finished.

    All the HTML is made by PHP. So that's the reason that you can choose a template. All the data is in a MySQL database, except the pictures. The pictures have the name of the item and a number saying what kind of picture it is, like front, back, etc. For example, 10_0100.jpg is the name for the front of item 100. The thumbnail is 99_0100.jpg.

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