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From:Stuart Felenstein Date:September 28 2004 2:56pm
Subject:RE: Data fields from one database to another
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So it will let me transfar individual fields ? Most of
the clients allow for data transfer provided the
database schema is the same, and then it is the entire
record.

Stuart
--- Tim Hayes <tim.hayes@stripped> wrote:

> Try using MYdbPAL - its a new free program that will
> do the job plus lots of
> other goodies.
> 
> www.it-map.com
> 
> Tim Hayes
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stuart Felenstein [mailto:stuart4m@stripped]
> Sent: 28 September 2004 08:23
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: Data fields from one database to another
> 
> 
> I want to move over 2 - 4 fields from a table in one
> database , to a table in another.  The field names
> are
> not an exact match but they function identically
> (i.e.
> username, password)
> 
> Whatever I'm using , web development garbage program
> ;) won't allow me to connect to 2 different
> databases
> so I can't do an update or insertion through that
> means.
> 
> Wondering how I script something like that, and
> probably prefer a way to do it on the fly with each
> new sign up , or batched on a regular basis aka,
> every
> hour , every few hours.
> 
> Thank you,
> Stuart
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Data fields from one database to anotherStuart Felenstein28 Sep
  • RE: Data fields from one database to anotherTim Hayes28 Sep
    • RE: Data fields from one database to anotherStuart Felenstein28 Sep
      • RE: Data fields from one database to anotherTim Hayes28 Sep
        • RE: Data fields from one database to anotherStuart Felenstein28 Sep