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Relational Table or something else?

Thread began 10/18/2009 1:42 am by troyd | Last modified 10/22/2009 4:26 pm by troyd | 2998 views | 16 replies


Just an FYI. Still struggling, and starting to get discouraged. My own fault I'm sure. I think my problem is that I can't make sense of the whole process. Including the php portion if this.

Being new to PHP a year ago, I began learning by reverse-engineering of the projects I had created with WA. I have done this my whole life. As a kid, I would take things apart, put them back together again, and then before I knew it, I was able to do it with my eyes closed. That's one of the great things about WA. You jump in, get your feet wet, and then as you need to customize your wizard-created projects you begin to make sense of it.
However, here I can't seem to grasp the whole thing. Just when I think I figured it out, I read something that, from my point if view, seems to contradict others.

I will get it eventually, and I won't give up. But I think I should read the book that was recommended thoroughly as soon as it arrives.

Just wanted to update so that you don't think I abandoned this thread. I really wish WA had a relational tables built into their wizard. Then I could see it in a working example.

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