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12-Jul-2012, 10:00 AM #16
Ha-ha! I'm also glad!
Perhaps you might help me with a quick question - I'm setting up the db using the vehicles.dat file and hit a small prob...
can I use php data variables in the insert statement? Like this...
PHP Code:
mysql_select_db("surfwhee_vehicles"$con);

foreach (
$vehicles["vehicles"] as $id => $vehicles)
{
    
$count+=1;
    echo 
"Count: " $count;
    
mysql_query("INSERT INTO webentry 
    (datetime, fullname, phone, cell, suburb, make, model, year, kms, colour, extras, servhist, accidents, settlement, finhouse, monthsrem, monthsarr, amtrem, price, comments, tprice, rprice, natis, pics4, wcdisc, aprice, status, notes, agent, datetimestamp)
    VALUES 
    (
$vehicles['datetime'], $vehicles['fame'], $vehicles['phone'], $vehicles['cell'], $vehicles['suburb'], $vehicles['make'], $vehicles['model'], $vehicles['year'], $vehicles['kms'], $vehicles['colour'], $vehicles['extras'], $vehicles['servhist'], $vehicles['accidents'], $vehicles['settlement'], $vehicles['finhouse'], $vehicles['monthsrem'], $vehicles['monthsarr'], $vehicles['amtrem'], $vehicles['price'], $vehicles['comments'], $vehicles['tprice'], $vehicles['rprice'], $vehicles['natis'], $vehicles['pics4'], $vehicles['wcdisc'], $vehicles['aprice'], $vehicles['status'], $vehicles['notes'], 'Jim', date())");
}

mysql_close($con); 
And yet another quessy...
I created the db using the server ControlPanel software (phpMyAdmin) and half expected to pick up the localhost MySql directory in FileZilla, but haven't. Is there any way that I can? (I would like to download it to xampp)
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12-Jul-2012, 11:17 AM #17
Sorry Jim, was watching the cycling... Yes, you can use PHP variables, but you drop the single quotes -$vehicles['datetime'] would become $vehicles[datetime]... No idea why, it's just the way it is.

You made the DB with phpMyAdmin on your remote server and want to download it to localhost? Your control panel has an export option which lets you save not only the DB data, but also the SQL code necessary to create the whole thing again somewhere else. Just export your DB and import it locally, it'll all be there waiting for you. Did I mention this was easy?

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12-Jul-2012, 12:15 PM #18
You did mate! Easy-peasy as Oliver might say - thanks ol' mate 'specially for the quotes thing - I'd a been going in circles otherwise...
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