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  1. Hello, I have Events and Tickets​ tables. In Tickets table I have at least the following fields: EventsID CustomersID​ TicketNo ... The number of tickets for an event varies between 500-20,000. That means the number of records after 100 events may be 50,000-2,000,000. I wonder if it is better for each event to have a different table, which means I have 100 tables with 500-20,000 records in each. Which design is better for selecting/querying customers records? Thanks in advance.
  2. I have a piece of code where I use MYSQL to add records into a database. Here I use INSERT, but I want to work with UPDATE. The user selects records which have to be updated. The records have a unique number. I hope people can help me how to convert MYSQL code into PHP. The MYSQL code used in the console is this: UPDATE table_name SET input2='my input here ' WHERE rec_number = 2; The part of the script I use looks like this: <?php $name1 = $conn->real_escape_string($input1); $name2 = $conn->real_escape_string($input2); // $sql = "INSERT
  3. Hi. Wonder if anyone can help. I have a page (which hopefully when finished) will allow a administration user to go in and update the availability of products. I have done a query first to pull the records from the SQL database, and have then used a loop to display the records in a table: @{ Layout="~/Shared/accountArea.cshtml"; Page.Title="Update Product Availability | Sarnies For All"; if (WebSecurity.IsAuthenticated == false) { Response.Redirect("~/"); } var db = Database.Open("sarniesForAllCurrent"); var extractBread = "SELECT * FROM bread ORDER BY breadId
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