FM is no problem. You can output from it to a tab-delimited file and then
INSERT it into a mySQL DB. Or, a number of mySQL clients, including
myPHPAdmin, allow you to import a text file, such as a tabbed file (or CSV,
etc.). You must first set up your mySQL datatbase and be sure that the field
types from FM are appropriate. In addition, on the high end, there is some
software that will let you interface FM Pro with mySQL directly, so that you
can work in FM on your local machine and then pump the data to the server
transparently. It's about $250.
> Does anyone know how to export a FileMaker Pro Database so that MySQL can
> use it? Anyone ever do something like this?
> -Steve Marquez
> Marquez Design