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#1 graham262

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Posted 13 November 2005 - 04:09 AM

Ok, here is my situation. I have a database program that uses MySQL on the users local computer (for offline work), but the online version (situated on a server elsewhere) maybe MySQL, Access, Oracle, or something else. When the user makes changes to the db, it stores the SQL query in a log file.

Here's the question, if the user wants to then import the changes (data) in to the online db, can I just load the SQL query in using something like adodb and all is well?? I am try to work with 2 different databases see, and am not sure if this is possible. From what I can see from adodb it takes care of all the communication with the difference databases, you just need to feed it the SQL queries and it does the rest.... I am I too naive

Thanks,

Graham.




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