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#1 jamesmiddz

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Posted 13 September 2006 - 02:46 PM

Hi all,

I have just release my PHP MySQL online generator. It's free to use for whatever purpose. I designed it for myself originally to cut down on the repetitive task of sending strings to and from a MySQL database via PHP scripting. Feel free to use it :P.

http://www.turningtu..._php_generator/

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#2 Daniel0

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Posted 14 September 2006 - 08:37 AM

Instead of all those files in the end, just make it one file.

#3 jamesmiddz

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Posted 14 September 2006 - 09:35 AM

That sounds like a great suggestion.

I think it is useful to have seperate pages for certain builds, but I think that I might offer both. I'm sure that some people may be put off by all of the seperate pages.

I could present the option somewhere during the process - all on one page or seperate pages.

Thanks for this ;)

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#4 redbullmarky

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Posted 14 September 2006 - 10:06 AM

it's a good idea to get people on the move quickly. however, some parts of it build a query with input directly from a user ($_GET, $_POST) with no processing/checking - leaving it wide wide open for a few nice SQL injections.
but yeah with a bit of work, a bit of compacting, etc, i'm sure it'll help a few people on their way.
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#5 jamesmiddz

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Posted 14 September 2006 - 10:50 AM

Thanks for your thoughts.

Could you give me an example of how the code should be to avoid these kind of injections...you've got me interested ;)

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#6 .josh

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Posted 14 September 2006 - 12:08 PM

i'm sorry james, but the OP is considered an advertisement.  You may not make posts or threads advertising your stuff. You may make a link in your siggy if you want. If you wish to talk about sql injection prevention techniques, you are more than welcome to start a new thread.

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