[brlug-general] questions about databases
pietu at weblizards.net
Sat Aug 1 17:12:47 CDT 2009
Mysql, PHP, Apache works perfectly fine with windows ...At least in
Server 2003, not so well with 2008. I have no experience with doing the
same with XP.
Then on the other hand, setting up linux server in the local network
would be as easy if not easier. Clients would not know what OS is
serving the web/database. Either way going with forementioned open
source combo, it would be easy to move out of the local network if need
to interface the mysql database, there are plenty of options.
myphpadmin, mysql query manager, self-made interface. Mysql have pretty
much all needed tools (front-end and back-end) for both windows and
Jeremy B wrote:
> Good day all,
> I have a few questions on a client front-end for a simple standalone
> I haven’t decided on a database program yet. And with all of the
> machines here being m$ windoz xp not sure what I should use. And I
> have to think about the non-tech people that may be using it.
> And another thing – if I have apache, php, and mysql installed
> downloading wampserver would that be a possibility to just design it
> like a web app but have it only available on the local network. And
> then there’s the security issue I don’t want to allow it to receive
> calls from outside the network if I’m even going to develop it like that.
> The next option that I may use Navicat Lite for MySQL 8.2.8
> or Dreamcoder for MySQL
> Thank you,
> Jeremy Bertrand
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