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"kmdguy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hello there,
> I'm working on a simple FLEX app which uses the built-in PHP wizard to
> to a mySQL database. I'm building the app using MAMP and so far all of my
> testing is working fine. I have it performing all kinds of CRUD
> My question is how to properly go about moving all the necessary files to
> off-site web host. Namely my mySQL database.
If your database is the same version of mySQL on the MAMP as on the server,
then you should be able to just export it from one and import it to the
other. If not, you could try doing something similar to what I describe
in the steps that start: "Download the rtf translation of the mySQL database
table..." and "Open the classification.rtf you downloaded and..."
> And will the auto-generated PHP
> break now that it's not running on my localhost.
I'm not sure, but I think you might wind up having to make some adjustments
to it. For instance, is the user name and password identical on your server
and your MAMP installation? If not, you'll have to edit some of the
> I've tried to find a simple
> step-by-step guide to migrating everything here to an off-site host but
> couldn't find anything specific. Only how to create a simple release build
> which works fine. I'd like to do some testing before I get any deeper to
> confirm that I understand how to migrate all the files I need to my web
This may well be because the type of person who writes these guides is
unlikely to be using the automatically generated scripts.