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|converting a php script for mySql to microsoft sql|
I have a script that is designed to work with mysql and i need it to
work with microsoft sql. I have already built a web app using mvc and
have it connecting to the database. i have also built a mobile app
using a software called App inventor 2 shich just uses code blocks. I
need the mobile app to connect to the same database but in order to do
so i have to use a php script but the problem is this script is wrote
for mysql and i am using microsoft sql. I have never used php before
and am wondering is there much involved to change the script so it
will work with microsoft sql.
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|Converting a MySQL sql script to an Oracle sql script
Converting a MySQL sql script to an Oracle sql script
I have a MySQL query which i need to convert to
work on an Oracle 9iAS database. The database in each are exactly the
same, as in table names, and attribute names etc. so it only needs to
be converted as far as syntax.
Does anyone know of anything that
will convert the script for me. I have looked around for something but
all I can find is applications which convert whole databases and
require connecting to the old and new database etc and this is not
possible in this case, I just have the stand-alone script.
does anyone know of a good site which shows how to do it
|Converting Microsoft Word special character prior to submitting to the MySQL|
Im at my wits end...
I have a website with a form that people use
to upload album reviews. Despite my best efforts, they insist on using
Word to write their reviews. As a result, just about anything they put
in the database is full of Words "special" characters: curly
quotes, ellipses, em-dashes, etc.
Im looking for a PHP function
that will convert MS Word characters to simple HTML equivalents
(", , ..., -, etc.) so I can clean their copy before it hits the
database (were running MySQL, if it matters).
Ive searched for
DAYS for a solution (including this forum) but found nothing that
Can anyone point me in the rig
|Need help converting a script from PDO to Mysql|
Im trying to convert this script, in my Zend program.
public $average = 0;
$pathinfo = pathinfo(__FILE__);
realpath($pathinfo['dirname']) . "/database/ratings.sqlite";
$dbh = new PDO("sqlite:$this->path");
// check if table needs to be
$table_check = $dbh->query("SELEC