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Author: Joseph Miller | Website: http://www.indivision.net

Setting Database Variables & Uploading

Open the file called 'include.inc' located in the php directory. Enter the username, password and database name for the database that you created like so:

$DBhost = "localhost"; 
$DBuser = "yourUSERname";
$DBpass = "yourPASSWORD";
$DBName = "yourDATABASEname";

Now, upload the entire contents of the zip file included with this tutorial (except for the .fla file and the documentation) to your server. Be sure that the directory structure of the zip file is the same way you are uploading the book. In other words, all of the .php files and the .inc file must be in the 'php' directory which must be in the same directory as the guestbook.swf.

» Level Basic

Added: 2002-03-14
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