For everything except the most complicated operations I think MySQL
would be the best solution.
We're using it here to deliver live data (still in development) and it
runs very well.
The permissions are a bit difficult to set up but it's easy enough to
Just grab my install-webserver script from my homepage ;)
It installs mysql,php and apache by running one script.. *plug over*
Check out the excellent phpmyadmin at http://phpwizard.net/phpMyAdmin/
We're using it on several machines and it's a beautiful interface over
the web to mysql..
Liam Bedford wrote:
>>jplooney at compapp.dcu.ie wrote:
> > Anyone got a recommendation as to what's the easiest to setup/admin SQL
> > server ? The smallest simplest one possible...oh, and just as important,
> > some example code to go along with it. (All I know of SQL is what I've
> > tried to forget from 3rd year in college).
> I'm using MySQL here. The license isn't completely GPL, but it's close
> enough. It integrates
> with Php and a few other things (like ODBC) so it's happy like that.
>> Admin: Change the root password, spend a day finding out how to add a
> user.. then move
> to another machine <g>.
>> It's useable anyway. And the SQL seems to be generally standard.
> Postgresql is better I think,
> but bigger and harder to get working (IIRC).
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