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help with sql setup scripts

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Ive recently been asked to take on a site that uses some light weight
php scripts - im a 100% n00b when it comes to PHP so you know whats
coming.

the client went into the files and amended what she thought was her
admin password... only its not... i think its the database connection
login and password

$link = mysql_connect ("localhost", "USERNAME", "PASSWORD") or die
(__FILE__ . __LINE__);

anyone know how i can reset this back to how it was without a backup
or could the host help with this (i am asking them)?

thanks

mark
www.neue.co.uk

May 2 '07 #1
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On May 2, 3:29 pm, mar...@nemark.co.uk wrote:
Ive recently been asked to take on a site that uses some light weight
php scripts - im a 100% n00b when it comes to PHP so you know whats
coming.

the client went into the files and amended what she thought was her
admin password... only its not... i think its the database connection
login and password

$link = mysql_connect ("localhost", "USERNAME", "PASSWORD") or die
(__FILE__ . __LINE__);

anyone know how i can reset this back to how it was without a backup
or could the host help with this (i am asking them)?

thanks

markwww.neue.co.uk
Yes, the host would be the people to go to. Other than that, rely on
your client. If they don't know... You're screwed.

May 2 '07 #2

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On May 2, 11:36 pm, dawnerd <dawn...@gmail.comwrote:
On May 2, 3:29 pm, mar...@nemark.co.uk wrote:
Ive recently been asked to take on a site that uses some light weight
php scripts - im a 100% n00b when it comes to PHP so you know whats
coming.
the client went into the files and amended what she thought was her
admin password... only its not... i think its the database connection
login and password
$link = mysql_connect ("localhost", "USERNAME", "PASSWORD") or die
(__FILE__ . __LINE__);
anyone know how i can reset this back to how it was without a backup
or could the host help with this (i am asking them)?
thanks
markwww.neue.co.uk

Yes, the host would be the people to go to. Other than that, rely on
your client. If they don't know... You're screwed.
damned it :) just what i need. only been at it a day and already im
wiping the clients bum :)

lol

mark

May 2 '07 #3

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