I thought that I would share something with the group.
As you are aware, using MySQL with ZZEE works as it should but when it
comes to supplying files for customers has its disadvantages due to
having to install MySQL separately (for licencing and technical
However, I may have some exciting new for you. An incredible solution
that I have been using for a while now is called FSQL. It mimics the
functionality of MySQL, its free and its only one php file to include
The functionality as I mentioned mimics MySQL so much that you can
convert your MySQL queries to FSQL queries in no time (no changes to
the query are necessary).
The only change is that instead of using:
$query=mysql_query(" YOUR QUERY HERE ");
You would use:
$query=query(" YOUR QUERY HERE ");
Spot the difference?
Kind regards to all and respect to Paul for such an awesome, industry
changing developers solution!!
Thank you Miike, very good news. FSQL can really help many people.
For the easiest of conversions I have developed a library where most of
mysql_xxx functions are rewritten as calls to FSQL functions, kind of a
drop-in replacement for MySQL. So you need to change virtually nothing in
your code if you want to adapt your code from MySQL to FSQL. Also the
index.php file illustrates how this works - you will see a familiar MySQL
Time for me to test it out!
I have no access to my files because I'm in hospital. That said, if you search this group for fsql then you should find some prepared downloads that should help.
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