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    Unanswered: calendar query

    Hello again all.

    Im trying to create on a calendar that is edited by a CMS. I have the calendar all setup and have been thinking about the table and query i will need and how to echo it. Now I know how to read from a db and echo but this one seems to not fit in any other ways ive learned. Basically id like to run one query into an array then echo per date the row needed. Any pointers? I have already spent a day researching and have not come up with a way that seems fitting. I was thinking a table with 3 fields and no auto increment. Thanks in advance

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    >Im trying to create on a calendar that is edited by a CMS

    what is a "CMS"?

    what software is being utilized as/for the User Interface?
    What results need to be produced?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anacedent View Post
    >Im trying to create on a calendar that is edited by a CMS

    what is a "CMS"?

    what software is being utilized as/for the User Interface?
    What results need to be produced?
    Content management system. Basically its just my own queries that runs UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE.

    I didnt know there was actually a software for this.

    I am just tinkering around to teach myself. I was thinking that id have a form to fill out and when submitted it would be displayed on the calendar. This part isnt confusing me. Just the calendar side and how to get the info out to the page

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    please realize that we only know what you actually post.

    post complete results from SQL below

    SELECT * FROM V$VERSION;
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    Quote Originally Posted by anacedent View Post
    please realize that we only know what you actually post.

    post complete results from SQL below

    SELECT * FROM V$VERSION;
    Damn. I just realized I might be posting in the wrong section. That SELECT doesnt run. I used this section before and I was using Oracle for classes but now I believe its just MySQL by Godaddy.

    Sorry. I thought my question would have been easy. Just looking for direction to look into, not someone to write it for me.

    Edit = it is mysql-5.0.96 that i am using. This explains somethings ive gotten stuck on lately but no help for this

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    MySQL - dBforums is where you should be posting
    You can lead some folks to knowledge, but you can not make them think.
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