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MySQL » 11.11.2008 » by bybye
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In this tutorial it is getting a little bit more serious, but it’s not the hardest part. We’re going to set up the database structure, which means that we’re going to code some SQL.
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MySQL » 21.10.2008 » by bybye
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In this article we're going to cover how to setup the advanced features of PhpMyAdmin and show a practical example of how to utilize the Foreign Key feature of the InnoDB database engine, which is the default engine used in a typical windows installation.
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MySQL » 13.10.2008 » by who
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By default MySQL installs a configuration file with big caches and uses up more memory than is needed on most server setups...
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MySQL » 01.10.2008 » by bybye
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Restoring a MySQL Dump .sql File using SSH Shell.
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MySQL » 27.09.2008 » by who
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For this tutorial, let’s take a look at some tables which contain information about a group of 8 pupils at a school, and their respective test scores...
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MySQL » 26.09.2008 » by who
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PhpMyAdmin is a popular open-source application used to remotely manage and modify MySQL databases and is particularly useful for use on websites as it can be placed within a secure directory on a remote web server and accessed via a specific URL.
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MySQL » 26.09.2008 » by who
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In this tutorial I’m going to guide you through a method of database design which is invaluable when dealing with many different tables or just when dealing with a lot of data that you’d like to be able to keep organised without giving yourself too much of a headache.
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MySQL » 26.09.2008 » by who
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In this tutorial we won’t be doing anything too technical. Instead, we’ll be focusing on learning about how MySQL represents the data you give it to store, and the limitations and potential benefits each storage type brings.
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MySQL » 15.09.2008 » by gearup
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Backing up a MySQL Database can sometimes be to much trouble making us unlikely to backup very often.
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MySQL » 02.09.2008 » by biohazard
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this has come up quite often since many websites have a huge database, like my forums. for example, this would be good for files that cant be imported via phpmyadmin, or other php powered mysql fonrtends.
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