ISP has no remote access on connecting to MySQL database. Now what?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Jul 1 14:03:41 EDT 2012


Malte is right. Also, ISP's more often don't than do allow remote database access. Here's an example (but no downloads) of a product I made for a customer to cope with this problem: http://qery.us/2b1 It all works through PHP. If you have RevServer, you could use iRev instead of PHP. I use a PHP script that handles the $_POST array and a LiveCode script that sends multi-part form data to the server.

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On 1 jul 2012, at 19:45, Malte Brill wrote:

> Hi William,
> 
> best bet is to implement a piece of middleware (e.G. a PHP script) you can get the data from. Then the server does the connection to the mySQL database and you retrieve the data using a http request.
> 
> Hth,
> 
> Malte





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