I am new to MySql. Could you please let me know the different migration tools avialable for the migration of oracle 7.3 database to mysql 4.0 classic version. Out of those which one is the best in performance and cost wise. As per my knowledge views, stored procedures and triggers are not supported in MySql 4.0. Is it correct?. If so, what are all the alternatives for converting the views, stored procedures and triggers in oracle 7.3 to MySql 4.0. I will be very happy for giving me a very good explanation on this.
From: Bob Afifi [mailto:bobafifi@stripped]
Sent: Mon 8/16/2004 10:13 PM
Subject: Update MySQL row using URL link?
I currently update MySQL rows using phpMyAdmin.
For example, dropping the following into the
UPDATE mysql_db SET publish = 1 WHERE Date =
'Sunday, August 15, 2004 21:04:32'
Since I get the update info in an e-mail send
whenever the form is submitted, I'd like to turn
querys like the above encoded into a URL -
bypassing phpMyAdmin - which when clicked, will
update the row.
I found this article last night: "Make SQL
Queries over HTTP with XML with VS.NET "
"SELECT CustomerId, CompanyName FROM Customer"
The above looks very much like what I have in
mind, but for MySQL. Anybody know how to do
Many thanks in advance,
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