2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 13, 2014 2:04 PM by Tom_Droz

    Website options using exported data from FM

    Tom_Droz

      I current have 30 FM customers each with their own FM databases and PHP connected website.

       

      I was thinkinh if I exported this data a couple of times each day and have the website run off that data, it would be much faster than my current setup.

       

      Any thoughts on how to do this easily? What would I export it to, what would the PHP pages call from? Any directions on the easiest and effective way of doing this would be appreciated.

       

      Thanks!

       

      Tom

        • 1. Re: Website options using exported data from FM
          beverly

          Tom, this is some work, but much less db intensive. Think of the bits that could be "includes" and pushed as text (HTML) to a directory which PHP can read. You may do this as calculations in the database or use PHP on occasion to update any pages that may need to change. Also push your value-lists to includes that might be used by multiple pages (list of states, for example in forms that need a standard select/option to call.

          In your main page(s) you can call the "text" includes as needed. No need to "read", just use include(''); in your php (using the name and/or path if necessary).

           

          HTH, I do this a lot to speed up my websites (less pull from the dbs).

           

          Beverly

          • 2. Re: Website options using exported data from FM
            Tom_Droz

            Bev

            That is helpful, if you have a couple sample examples to share that would be great

            Tom