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This may be a stupid question, but why choose PHP over an Access database?

Feb 29th, 2008 09:41
dman, Articles Way, Deepak Kumar Vasudevan, Brandon Tallent, Barbi Rodriguez, http://www.ttnr.org


Assume your webserver is running on Apache on Linux, where you can not 
run Access MDB. 
You can have your ACcess on an IIS web server on NT/2000. Have a PHP 
over IIS to act as a bridge/proxy to communicate data to and fro from 
the Linux server. 
Perhaps the documentation and help of ADODB API for PHP (database 
wrapper utility) at http://php.weblogs.com/ would explain this in 
really cool and convincing way.
Deepak Kumar Vasudevan
http://deepak.portland.co.uk/
(91)44-377 6015
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phpfreaks.com/tutorials/61/0.php
i hope that helps.