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Thread began 12/28/2009 4:15 am by gcrozier395733 | Last modified 1/04/2010 8:22 pm by gcrozier395733 | 2901 views | 18 replies


Ready for recordset

Hi Eric,
Yes, I have db defined and my directions page set up as PHP. I believe I am ready when you are to deal with the recordset part of the process.
Specifically, what goes in SQL: box? Variables? And what choices (if any) of Select, Where and Order By need to made with respect to Database Items already in the boc: Tables, Views, Stored Procedures.
By the way, the link in your last reply opens to a page listing several pdfs. WHile I have carefully perused them all, is there one to which I should pay particular attention? THe document entitled "How to import a MySQL (.SQL) file to your database" is still seeming quite foreign to me.
Your continued patience and support is much appreciated.
Happy New Year

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