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Member Since 13 Jul 2004
Offline Last Active Jan 13 2014 01:52 PM

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In Topic: Phpmyadmin and other PHP tools do not agree

13 January 2014 - 01:50 PM

You have no idea how much I appreciate the additional info.  Most people just say 'hey... use this!' and that's all you get.  I guarantee I will check that stuff out.

 

The only thing I worry about is adding it into my current setups or having to start over from scratch.  When I use PHP these days, I have to be extremely efficient.  I don't have the luxury of taking 3 full days of work to figure stuff out and implement it.  That's time lost on extra income for me.  I have another buddy of mine trying to convince me to abandon my research on Bootstrap and start using http://foundation.zurb.com/

 

I would kill to be using all of the latest stuff, but I can barely keep up and crank through my existing workload!  I mean I know some of this stuff will eventually greatly enhance my efficiency so I should just invest the time but I haven't yet.  But I will.  Thanks for a gentle kick in the pants, sir.


In Topic: Phpmyadmin and other PHP tools do not agree

13 January 2014 - 01:16 PM

I still sorta live in the PHP world.  I build websites on the side for a few clients but I stay away from most of the libraries as far as PHP.  I have a CMS-ish/framework-ish thing that I built on my own a few years ago that has held up well over time and I keep tweaking it.  I just hate the 'locked in' feeling of most frameworks so I tend to go more custom.  The main PHP libraries I use these days are for the DB (www.phpactiverecord.org).  That plus several JS libraries (jquery, extjs, and datatables) which allows me to drop some PHP code in favor of some front-end awesomeness has allowed me to whip through some projects pretty quickly. 

 

I never really thought of PHP as 'dirty', but it's definitely less strict than Java (I would still do PHP full time if I can find the right gig at the right salary). 

 

Anyways, I might pop in from time to time.  Good to see some of the old crew is still here.


In Topic: Phpmyadmin and other PHP tools do not agree

13 January 2014 - 11:04 AM

Please disregard.  I'm an idiot.  I was viewing the data in phpmyadmin through my account, not the new account and I was viewing the old copy of the DB.  I also had the website on the new account pointing to the old database as well, hence the new data not showing up.

 

*sigh*  I should stop working so late at night.  Thanks everyone for your help.


In Topic: Phpmyadmin and other PHP tools do not agree

13 January 2014 - 10:43 AM

Hey gizmola, good to be back.  I live mostly in the Java world these days so I haven't had much reason to stop in here.

 

I also posted this on another forum and they brought up an interesting theory.  When this started to become a problem, I had just recently moved that website from my hosting account to a separate account under my reseller plan with my host.  One of the other guys suggested that it might just be a permission problem, but I don't know how to solve it.  Clearly the data is all there but I guess my user can't access some of the records for some reason.


In Topic: Phpmyadmin and other PHP tools do not agree

12 January 2014 - 11:21 PM

No, I don't have root access.  Why do you ask?


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