REVIEW OF RELATED STUDY AND LITERATURE
The review of related literature and studies takes into account the different studies made that served as the bases for the development of the system, comparison of the different components and development tools, and the reason for choosing such tools and the conceptual framework will be also see on this chapter and the definitions of terms technical and operational. In the conceptual frame work there are three processes include this are input, process and output. First is the input under the input is knowledge the requirements needed in your system. Then software that will be use and the host were you will up your online website and the software that will be used to make the website. Second is the process. First is the analysis because it is important to identify the requirements of the system that you will create. Next one is the design you need to have the diagram, system flow, and data flow diagram. Third PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor it will use for the programming purposes. Then Operational will be using xampp, mysql, and database.
Oracle angles MySQL for Web appsBy Joab Jackson | IDG News Service
The first major upgrade to the software since Oracle took over Sun Microsystems in January was MySQL database version 5.5 of the open-source. Now that Oracle manages two important database systems, it must be identified which one should be assigned in the enterprise.
Web-based applications, custom departmental applications, and embedded uses are MySQL technical ground in applying the database.
Kumar said MySQL has been commonly used with the web. MySQL was part of the LAMP (Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP/Python/Perl) stack, which is broadly used for assigning websites and Web applications, as she discussed.
According to Tomas Ulin vice president of MySQL engineering, in many situations, a LAMP administrator is more familiar with MySQL compare with the Oracle namesake database. "It makes it easier to run with MySQL if for no other reason than the actual developer is used to MySQL."
The newly released version 5.5 of MySQL included round of bug fixes, general tweaks and also features a number of significant features and capabilities. Better scalability and improved replication is the main feature.
The software’s performance doesn’t slow as dramatically once it experience large number of concurrent connections. 1000 connections can be accepted in relation with Web servers’ connection.
The software has the ability to do semi-synchronous replications, through the replication process. In the previous version it only offered asynchronous replications that mean it would not update the backup copy once a new data was entered to the original.
PHP and XML Sitting in a Treeby Kerri Hicks
On the web, there are processes to store, work with, and retrieve data. Different type database, even flat files can contain product catalogs, user profile and other archives of essential information we like show with the world.
We can work with different kinds of data with some logical ways – for example, PHP scripts is commonly used to those many people who use MySQL databases for storage because it has native platform for MySQL. XML fanatics often use XSLT to use with their marked-up files. It is very important for web developers to make a choice on how will they manage the date that the client will give.
Nowadays PHP is presenting good relation with XML, it gives best result once it is use together in time.
XML improves its popularity as a data setup on the web and databases like MySQL are constantly develop and gaining more user base.
XML gives you a document tree to assist in data structure; XSLT will administer the data into submission, and parsers for output. Most MySQL users will apply the capability of PHP or other web programming languages to define the connections between tables, fields, and values.
There is often...
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