Want to insert values extracted from another database into another database that has a totally different format? Try this tutorial and you might be surprised how easy it is. If it doesn't work for you, trust me, you'd get the idea.
The buzz word, "relational databases" emmerged in the conversation. Jargon like rows, columns, primary keys, foreign keys, one to many, many to many, joins, and constraints were exchanged between developers and database administrator. In a relational database, the data is stored as tables. Tables contain fields describing the type of date, container name of the data, size, decimal precision, and required or not required constraints. Technically, a table is an object residing in a schema. A schema can contain other objects like indexes, views, snapshots, functions, procedures, packages, sequences, and clusters.
Snippets are a new tool that allow you to collect and manage sections of Code. In many ways the Snippets Library is a code library.
In this article you will learn how to use Snippets in Dreamweaver MX and how to create your own Snippets.
Some of you may have experienced the following when using Dreamweaver to connect to a Serv_U FTP server 4.
"Dreamweaver cannot determine the remote servers date and time. The sychronize feature is not available"
What a deadset pain. Why does this happen? How can we get it to work properly?
Read on and with a small amount of effort, all will be back to normal and you will be synchronizing files left, right and centre.