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How to develop using remote MySQL data?

LEGEND ,
Jun 10, 2010 Jun 10, 2010

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I need to develop an application with Flash Builder 4, but I need to develop using live data from the server?

Can this not be done with Flash Builder 4?

Brad Lawryk
Adobe Community Professional: Dreamweaver
Northern British Columbia Adobe Usergroup: Manager
My Adobe Blog: http://blog.lawryk.com

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New Here ,
Jun 14, 2010 Jun 14, 2010

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There is some fairly tight integration between MySQL and Flash Builder using PHP. Have a look at http://www.flashrealtime.com/flash-builder-4-and-php-data-services/comment-page-27/  or just search for Flash Builder PHP MySQL.  Flash Builder will even build PHP classes to model the tables on the database.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 14, 2010 Jun 14, 2010

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Thats a great tutorial I have definately bookmarked it for reference.

But that uses the PHP and Mysql on the developer's local machine. I need

this to be on a web server using a database thats on the web not local

on my computer.

In other words I can build what I need locally, but I need it to work

when its uploaded to the live server too.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Brad

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New Here ,
Jun 15, 2010 Jun 15, 2010

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Okay.  Same answer really.  Most hosting providers will provide MySQL database connectivity as a default option (e.g a2 hosting).  Then when you deploy your app you are still talking to a database on the localhost (the web server) since your code is there too.  You can also write an AIR app that runs on your desktop and talks to the database on the web server using the same PHP stuff but just pointing to the remote I.P address. 

For testing I use MAMP (mac) which gives me MySQL, Apache and PHP in one install.

Regards

Des.

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Jun 15, 2010 Jun 15, 2010

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Thanks Des,

So you are saying that if I just leave the settings as localhost it should work live as long as I have the database structure etc the same on the remote server?

Perhaps I am way over thinking this?

Brad

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