In the documentation that you linked to this message, you will notice under
Introduction the following:
* execute any SQL-statement, even batch-queries
My question is, how do I batch queries... ?
Its a feature, someone must know...
At 01:25 PM 1/6/03 -0500, Marc Delisle wrote:
>Apart from the solution of creating yourself with an editor a big .sql
>file, I don't see a way to do it in current phpMyAdmin version.
>The file Documentation.html is included in your phpMyAdmin kit,
>and the latest development version is at
>Frank Peavy wrote:
>>Can I create a single .sql file that calls the other .sql files, so I
>>don't have to run them
>>manually, in sequence?
>>Also, you mentioned the documentation.html, could you provide a link.
>>I looked everywhere and couldn't find it...
>>At 01:00 PM 1/6/03 -0500, Marc Delisle wrote:
>>>Frank Peavy wrote:
>>>>I have numerous ??.sql files that create and insert data into MySql.
>>>>Can I batch some of these so that I can run them sequentially?
>>>>I thought I read that phpMyAdmin can do batch queries. How is it done?
>>>Using the cfgUploadDir feature, documented in Documentation.html,
>>>you will can upload the .sql files with ftp, then see them in a
>>>drop-down menu of phpMyAdmin to run them.