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Beginner's Guide

   MySQL Web Site and Documentation

Our servers run MySQL version 3.22.27

 

MySQL is available with the Ecommerce and Max Plan. To begin using MySQL, please follow these simple steps:

      File a technical support request asking that your MySQL database to be created.
        Include the password you wish to use for this database.

      The database will be named the same as your account userID. The only
        exception is if there is a "-" in your username. The "-" will be replaced by a "_".

      The database will run on the web server that your account is on.

If you are using PERL, start your script by using the following code:

use DBI;
$dbh = DBI->connect('YOUR_USERID', 'YOUR_USERID', 'YOUR_PASSWORD', 'mysql');

To select data out of a table:

$query = "select * from table";
$sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$rs = $sth->execute;
@data = $sth->fetchrow;

To insert data into a table:

$query = "insert into table values ('value1', 'value2')";
$sth = $dbh->do($query);