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Re: PHP/postgreSQL

From: vince(at)weaktight(dot)com
To: Jeff MacDonald <jam(at)zoidtechnologies(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: PHP/postgreSQL
Date: 2006-02-05 05:50:01
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Quoting Jeff MacDonald <jam(at)zoidtechnologies(dot)com>:

>> I'm not sure if my web host would allow me to run a postgreSQL 
>> server on it as
>> well.  So, ftp'ing the database up once a day say may not be an option.
> ask. if they say no, get an isp that will say yes.
>> One of my original thoughts (before I understood the systems at all)
>>  was that I would have to have a "cron" job running on my local machine
>>  that would ftp up data as it was collected.  The webserver, the next
>>  time a php script ran, would check for new data, parse it, add it to
>>  the mySQL database on the webserver, and then run the scripts using
>>  the data from the webserver's mySQL server.
> have you considered SOAP? as much as I "love" mySQL, it does work (most
> of the time ;)) and with SOAP you can still update your data fairly
> often.
> regards,
> J
> --
> Jeff MacDonald
> Zoid Technologies,

I am still on a 30 day trial with their hosting, but I'm new to web 
so I'm slow to code up the things I want and wasn't sure what I needed going
into this...

I'm not quite sure what role SOAP would play in the desired system, but I'll
look into it.

Thanks for your help,
Another technology to learn!

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