Updating multiple fields mysql
Here’s an example that might not be so obvious: Let’s say you want to make a page view counter for your shop, but you want to implement caching for your pages and running an SQL UPDATE query for each page is out of the question.
An efficient solution would be to make a logfile with each view as a new line appended in a file.
If your operating system or versions of My SQL are different, the instructions should still work, but keep an eye out for slight differences, like which working directory you'll need to be in.
Usage: Log in to your computer using an account having Administrator privileges.
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