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  1. About the mySQL.pm module

  2. How do I know if mysql.pm is installed on my server?

  3. What is MySQL?

  4. What does relational mean?







  1. About the mySQL.pm module

    There are two main modules that allows you to connect to the mySQL server using Perl. The first is mysql.pm and the second is dbi.pm. MySQL Mate and this entire FAQ and knowledgebase relates to and uses the the mysql.pm module.

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  2. How do I know if mysql.pm is installed on my server?

    Download out free script titled E-Vars and install it on your server. It will print a full list of usable module installed on your server as well as all environmental variables and other server related information.

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  3. What is MySQL?

    MySQL is a relational database management system. Databases are a structured collection of data. There is a clear distinction to be made between the server and the code that communicates with the server. The server (multi-threaded) receives statements/queries and serves up the results. The code, is written in a language known as SQL (structured query language). SQL can be coupled with Perl or PHP (embedded within the scripts) to query the database server.

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  4. What does relational mean?

    Rather than store all data in one huge storeroom, mySQL allows you to store data in separate tables which can then be joined if needed, to retreive data much faster and with greater efficiency. "Relational" refers to the relation between tables.

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