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Joined: 04 Feb 2007
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It would be the best if you could sync two dbs between the DB Client Feature. There are a lot of free tools in the internet that can do this, but if PHPEd had it, it truly be the best software i ever bought in the PHP Development area.

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Are you talking about DB replication? If yes, I'll have to say that it is not that easy - speaking from experience. The problem is of course in conflicting recods - you updated record X and so did I. Who wins?
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I agree with yfactor ... not really to implement ...
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What I mean is something like the Smart upload for the files but for the Database. I sometimes had to add some records to my local database so the PHP script could work and when I upload the script I have to add those records to the server database. It would be the best if I could somehow visualize the records I need to upload from the local database, right-click on them and choose "Upload to server". Wouldn't be great?

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Leonardo.
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sounds exactly like DB replication.
feel free to google for such products.

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