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March 18, 2006, 4:28 pm
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Re: How to expose data to clients over the internet?
MySQL doesn't support any request/response traffic using the HTTP protocol.
You need to have an HTTP server, like IIS or Apache, and use your own web
application that writes SQL queries on behalf of a client, gets the results
from MySQL, and formats the results as XML to send in the web service
MySQL support of XML consists of: the --xml options to the mysql and
mysqldump command-line tools (see docs). This allows the output of those
tools to be well-formed XML. But it doesn't receive web service requests or
send the response over HTTP.
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