Martijn Tonies wrote:
>> I revert to this mailing list to ask for help accomplishing a specific
>> I'll try to explain as best I can.
>> Say I have a DB named... well... "database1", this db has the following
>> What I want to do is copy each of the tables (exactly as they are,
>> primary keys, data, etc) but at the same time change the prefix to
>> else (ie: eng_) so that I would end up with:
>> en_table1 (exact copy of pt_table1, including data PK, FK, etc..)
>> en_table2 (exact copy of pt_table2, including data PK, FK, etc..)
>> en_table3 (exact copy of pt_table3, including data PK, FK, etc..)
>> Anyway of accomplishing this? Ideally without having to state each of the
>> tables names. And also that this would work so that you could only
>> tables that have a certain prefix, so: duplicate only tables that start
>> "pt_" and change prefix to "es_" for example.
>> Any help or point in the right direction will be much apreciated!
> It seems you're trying to create something multi-lingual, would that
> be correct?
> If so, why not design proper metadata so you don't have to copy
> tables AND modify your queries.
Correct this is for a multilingual website using an extremely simplified
The reason I am not designing proper metadata is due to the fact I am using
a CMS not programmed by myself, therefore I would rather not have to alter
its inner core, also, i gathered this would probably be the simplest way of
accomplishing what I want without having to use a db for each language
(which is what I am doing right now).
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