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Zaratul

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n00b Question, I am folling a tutoral at phpbuilder.com and came accross this part where it wants me to make a DB in Microsoft access but i dont have it I have MySQL and was wondering if anyone could give me the SQL for making a database that will be the equivelant to the one shown. The DB name the want is forum ( i think ), thanks for all the help!!

oops forgot the link http://www.phpbuilder.com/columns/jayesh20...029.php3?page=4

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CREATE DATABASE your_db;

 

CREATE TABLE `yourtable` ( `code` INT(9) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `parentcode` INT(9) NULL , `title` VARCHAR(30) NULL , `description` VARCHAR(30) NULL , `uname` VARCHAR(30) NULL , `email` VARCHAR(30) NULL , UNIQUE ( `code` ) );

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thanks for the help but i am getting this error now. any ideas?

 

 

Discussion Forum using PHP/Access under IIS

 

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Warning: SQL error: [MySQL][ODBC 3.51 Driver][mysqld-4.0.12-nt]Unknown column \'parentcode\' in \'where clause\', SQL state S0022 in SQLExecDirect in d:inetpubwwwrootforum.php on line 19

 

 

Warning: odbc_fetch_row(): supplied argument is not a valid ODBC result resource in d:inetpubwwwrootforum.php on line 21

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this is more then that but it starts at line 10 and goes till then end of the function. thanks again

 

 

shownode(0); // display all the main threads

 

// This function is a recursive function which shall display all the br /anches

// and sub br /anches of the threads

function shownode($nodecode)

{

global $connect; // using the global variable for connection

// Get a list of all the sub nodes which specific parentcode

$noderesult = odbc_exec($connect,\"select * from forum where parentcode = $nodecode\");

echo \'<ul type=\"disc\">\';

while(odbc_fetch_row($noderesult)) // get all the rows

{

$code = odbc_result($noderesult,\"code\");

$title = odbc_result($noderesult,\"title\");

$uname = odbc_result($noderesult,\"uname\");

$email = odbc_result($noderesult,\"email\");

echo \"<li>\";

echo \"<a href=\"node.php?node=$code\"> $title </a>\";

echo \"-- by ($uname) $email<br />\";

shownode($code);

}

echo \"</ul>\";

}

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