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    Question Is it Possible to Link PHP and SQL code within a From?

    I am a very new user of PHP utilizing its parameters to communicate with an Access Database to my front end GUI. On certain events (mainly clicking submit buttons), I would like particular SQL (queries) executed to populate particular fields on the Front end to ultimately update fields within the back-end tables. Is this a capability of PHP?

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    PHP can do pretty much anything u want in relation to the database. so, yep, it can do that.
    sorry though, can't tell u how because i've hardly ever worked with Access, only MySql and Oracle.
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    Re: Is it Possible to Link PHP and SQL code within a From?

    Originally posted by whammond
    I am a very new user of PHP utilizing its parameters to communicate with an Access Database to my front end GUI. On certain events (mainly clicking submit buttons), I would like particular SQL (queries) executed to populate particular fields on the Front end to ultimately update fields within the back-end tables. Is this a capability of PHP?

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    You can create dynamic queries if that is what you are referring to. It's just a matter of writing the code necessary to receive the data from the form and then either select a predefined query to run or generate a query on the fly.
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    Question Continuation of Predefined Queries...

    So, in essence, given particular events, like clicking buttons, I can relate predefined queries to particula forms ?
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    Re: Continuation of Predefined Queries...

    Originally posted by whammond
    So, in essence, given particular events, like clicking buttons, I can relate predefined queries to particula forms ?
    Yes
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