mysql_insert ( host ; user ; pw ; database ; sql ; path )
creates the text of an applescript which creates a php script which runs a SQL command into a MySQL database
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Function definition: (Copy & paste into FileMaker's Edit Custom Function window)
Obviously, this only works on OS X. PHP is installed by default on Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5, even though it is not enabled by default for Apache. A script that uses this will thus run with no further additions to the machine.
So, you set a field or variable to the results of this
host: the ip address of the MySQL database
user: login user
pw: login pw
database: the database (not table) that you want to connect to
sql: the sql statement you wat to run
path: the path of the php file that will be created.
I use this because I have found ESS to be crappy and until they fix things this really works well.
Nov 7, 2017
but I insert in value a quoted phrase.
values('title of book is "matrix"')
it's not work
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