Welcome to Interactive Programming Forums, where you can ask questions, receive answers from other members of the community, post code snippets and post exercies.

i have designed database using ms access , how can i convert it to php?

+10 votes
my database is designed using Microsoft access and i want to change it to php without overhauling the entire database so that it can have more security features, how is that made possible?
posted 10 years ago in Other by Danny William (520 points)

1 Answer

+2 votes
Halo Danny William, i don't think that is possible. Because PHP is a server script language (executed at the server side not browser/client side). . . . it is not a database like MySQL or Sybase and Imfomix........it helps in accessing and manipulating the database that is on the server.
Hope you are with me.
Which server do u have that supports PHP and MySQL......I mean do you have WAMP or XAMP......coz in them i think there is that function to import or export a database. If you import yours to one of the servers correctly it will now be easy for you to query and manipulate the database using MySQL incombination with PHP.
Hope i have sorted you out all the best.........
answered 10 years ago by abustainer (770 points) 1 flag
Good answer. PHP is not a database engine like Mysql, Access, oracle, Informix but is a script language that runs on server, You can also control users input at client side and in that case you will need a script language such as javascript.

Related questions

–2 votes
1 answer
posted 9 years ago in Python by simphiwemakola12 (1,010 points)
+11 votes
0 answers
posted 10 years ago in XML by Sreemonta (700 points)
0 votes
1 answer
posted 9 years ago in PHP by Evan Cunatt Nsepuka (590 points)
+14 votes
2 answers
posted 9 years ago in Other by arshadansari5688 (1,180 points)
+3 votes
1 answer
posted 9 years ago in Other by greeneduconsultant (5,000 points)