Posted July 29, 2018 12:04:10The latest version of phpwind.org lets you quickly connect to a MySQL database using the phpwind server API, and then execute your PHP script from there.
We’ll cover how to do this in this guide.
First, install the latest version:PHP Wind v220.127.116.11 (Free):The PHP wind package for MySQL is released in the Apache 2.4.x series.
This is the latest release, and you can get it from the Apache Software Foundation’s download page.
You can download the latest phpwind package from the following locations:The latest php wind package is available from the download page of the Apache project.
The latest source code for the php wind API can be downloaded from the php source code repository.
You can also download the source code from the project’s Github repository.
To run php wind from a MySQL server, first add the server and database to the list of ports in the server’s port.yaml file:The first line of this file defines the server name and port number:The next line defines the connection parameters:The third line defines a default port number, and the last line defines which port to use for each parameter:Now that you have a server, you can connect to it using the server.php file, which you can create by editing the server_name and server_port settings in the settings.yml file.
This file specifies the server IP address, port number and authentication method.
To make a MySQL connection, you first need to specify the database, then you need to create a connection object, which specifies the connection method.
For this tutorial, we’re creating a simple MySQL connection that connects to the database.
The mysql.db file is the file that contains the database tables, the table names and the related fields:Now you need the MySQL server configuration.
In the server config.ysm file, change the table_name to your server’s database name and change the database_name, user_agent and database_password fields to your database’s password and database name.
The server_password field contains the user’s password.
The server_database_name field is the name of the database that contains your database tables.
This field must contain an upper case letter.
The database_database name must also be upper case.
Finally, the database is required to be a MySQL instance that has a valid schema.
Here’s the database configuration that we’ll use:If you haven’t changed the server configuration, then your PHP wind script will look something like this:And you’ll get this output:This is how the server looks like from the command line.
To see the database information, use the command mysql -u .
The default username and password are the same as you used in the previous step, but you’ll need to change them if you’re creating new tables.
Now we’re ready to connect.
The command opens a new window and opens the PHP wind interface, which will display a list of available PHP scripts:The scripts you’re currently viewing are the default scripts that phpwind will display when you run php on a server.
These scripts are in the scripts directory of the php directory, and are automatically installed as part of the default php installation.
To see more of the PHP scripts available, use php wind help .
You can list the available scripts by using the -h flag.
To use the MySQL connection using php wind, you need first create the database and database.yds file:After you’ve created the database (if it exists), you can run the following command to create the connection object.
The -f flag indicates that you want to use the database connection instead of the mysql connection:Now we can connect using the mysql command.
First, run the mysql -U command to connect:Then we can see the connection information:When you see the first line with an error message, the mysql server failed because you didn’t have permission to connect the server:To fix this, you’ll have to give the mysql client permission to access the database:When the mysql-connect command displays an error like this, it means that the connection was successful:If this is the case, the error message should look like this; and the mysql program should start up, so we can access the MySQL database.
This is what the connection window looks like when you open it:When this window displays an alert message like this that says something like, “Your database name is /var/www/my-my-mysql-db/my_database.php”, that means that you need a MySQL user and password to connect properly:When php wind starts up, it will display this message:The connection window displays all the available databases.
To access your database,