What is a good way to sync two MySQL databases?
I’ve seen a lot of tools which can reverse engineer an ERD from an existing database, but I haven’t been able to find one which is capable of automatically laying out the diagram in a reasonable way. Most of them just plop all the entities down on top of each other and call it a day. Some make an attempt at organizing the entities, but they don’t do a very good job of it.
I want to develop a macro where in my Excel worksheet I type a date in a specific cell, and the macro will go into a folder containing text files. A database you could say. I want it to find the corresponding file name which is written as a date, put the data through a delimiter, and paste into the cells directly below where I originally put the date.
Chrome extension F.B. Purity writes its data at
~/.config/chromium/Default/Local Extension Settings/ncdlagniojmheiklojdcpdaeepochckl/000003.log (not a log file despite its name).
Let me start by saying I know there are other posts about this, and a lot of documentation is available for this topic, but none of these resources have helped me to solve my issue.
Someone gave me this SQL code to count the number of posts (of post_type ‘mixtapes’) in the last 7 days. I tried to convert it to ‘in the last 24 hours’ as well, but it’s giving the wrong number.
I’ve backed up my Multisite database (via export from PhpMyAdmin) then after some problems I decided to revert back the original (backed-up database) and I’ve imported (upload it via PhpMyAdmin) again (and I deleted the file on my pc).
I’m displaying the comments for a post my way, using
$comm = get_comments() and then passing
wp_list_comments() (this is the reason why).
I am building a custom application based on WordPress. I have my custom tables in the WP database. Can I use $wpdb to work with them, or is that class solely for the WP related tables?