Database

  • Backing Up Your Database 2001-02-08

    The Internet is currently seeing a transition from static sites with little interactivity to dynamic sites being generated from databases, with tools such as forums, free e-mail and other web-based applications being used to lure visitors back. So it

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  • Concepts of Database Design and Management 2001-04-09

    It's not difficult to find an online tutorial on creating a database. It's not hard to find a tutorial on how to create queries. In fact, it's not hard to find tutorials on syntax for SQL, the differences of data types, and even which database is bes

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  • Access your MySQL Database with Perl 2001-08-30

    One of the most common Perl-related questions at the SitePoint Forums is, "How do I access my database with Perl?" Perl can work with nearly every type of database on the market, but today I'll use MySQL as an example. For the purposes of this d

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  • Does Your Site Need a Database? 2001-10-01

    According to commonly-held legend, databases are either the scourge of the earth or the saviour of mankind. They will either free us from the drudgery of all the minute details of daily life, or they'll invade our privacy and expose every detail abou

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  • Moving Beyond MySQL - High End Database Solutions 2001-10-10

    These days everyone's building database driven Websites. A few years ago this was the main luxury of search engines, portals and the sites of large companies like Microsoft. But now, as the popularity of MySQL grows, database driven sites have become

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  • Databased Websites from Scratch 2001-10-12

    Much has been written about building and maintaining data-driven Websites. These sites are typically seen to involve three tiers. The term 'three tier' refers to the metaphorical layers within a data driven Website: Content, Program Logic, and Presen

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  • Beginning Databases with PostgreSQL - Chapter 15: Accessing PostgreSQL from PHP

    Beginning Databases with PostgreSQL - Chapter 15: Accessing PostgreSQL from PHP 2001-11-21

    This article is an excerpt of the book, Beginning Databases with PostgreSQL (Wrox Press, 2001), and is reprinted here by permission. Recently, there has been a strong trend towards providing web-based interfaces to online databases. There are a numbe

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  • Your First SQL Server 2000 Database

    Your First SQL Server 2000 Database 2002-04-10

    Try surfing around the Internet and find a popular site that doesn't use some sort of database to store its content. I bet you'll have a tough time finding just one popular site (i.e. receiving over 5,000 unique visitors a day) that doesn't use some

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  • Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database, Part 2

    Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database, Part 2 2003-04-30

    Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database, Part 2 Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database, Part 3 Modified Preorder Tree Traversal Now, let's have a look at another method

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  • Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database, Part 3 2003-04-30

    Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database, Part 2 Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database, Part 3 Automating the Tree Traversal Now that you've seen some of the handy thing

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  • Another Database Joins Open Source 2004-05-26

    As many of you probably already saw today, CA (Computer Associates) joined the open source fray by announcing plans to release the core of their Ingres database code under an open source license. Interestingly, CA is not using the dual license struct

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  • Securing Passwords in Your Database

    Securing Passwords in Your Database 2004-07-09

    When ASP.NET developers think of Web security and authentication, three options typically come to mind: Windows authentication, forms authentication, and passport authentication. If you're building an Intranet application within your organization, fo

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  • PHP Database Programming with DB2

    PHP Database Programming with DB2 2004-09-01

    Being a PHP programmer, I naturally experimented in MySQL. After developing a collection of successful Websites based on the powerful combination of PHP-MySQL, I had the opportunity to develop a data-driven Website using IBM's DB2 UDB (universal data

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  • Free Sybase Enterprise Database 2004-09-18

    In the opening salvo of a competitive marketing campaign, Sybase announced last Wednesday the release of an Express Edition of its flagship enterprise database product, Adaptive Server Enterprise, for the Linux community. This is great news for web d

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  • Pervasive Software Joins Database Race 2005-01-14

    Pervasive Software became the latest to join what is fast becoming a burgeoning field of database vendors looking to capitalize on open source by way of commercial solutions. They join Sybase, MySQL and others looking for bigger pieces of the mid-siz

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  • MySQL Visual Database Migration Tool 2005-04-20

    Nothing like good timing. I am working on a project with a company right now who has elected to migrate more than 30 Microsoft Access databases of various size and complexity used internally and on the web to MySQL 4. To my own and all of our good fo

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  • Securing MySQL (and other databases) 2005-06-28

    In light of recent news of massive intrusions into enterprise database systems holding sensitive customer information – it is obvious reminders on hardening databases is not old news. Especially considering some of the compromises were executed only

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  • Internet Explorer public bug database 2006-03-25

    As hinted at last month, Microsoft has launched a public bug database for Internet Explorer 7, as well as subsequent releases of the browser. The site will not be used to track bugs in Internet Explorer 6 and earlier releases. A sub-site of Microsoft

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  • Binaries Belong in the Database Too 2006-10-15

    One often repeated piece of advice one sees across the internet is "Don't store binary files in the database. Save a pointer to the file and keep it on the disk." The ostensible reasons for this is that storing binary files is that file systems

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  • Easy Database Schema Diagrams with DBVisualizer

    Easy Database Schema Diagrams with DBVisualizer 2007-05-14

    I've never particularly liked databases. Don't get me wrong–I love using them. You know, filling them with data, watching my users fill them with data, deleting my users' data* - but as long as it's all from the safety of a server-side programming la

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