Using PHP and IIS to Create a Discussion Forum

Introduction

If you're a fan of PHP then you may have PHP installed on an Apache web server using MySQL as the backend on a Windows or Linux machine. Most people will develop and test their code on a Windows machine until they move it into a production machine.

In this article I am going to step you through installing PHP under IIS (Internet Information Server) on Windows 2000 . We will then look at using Microsoft Access as the backend database to create a discussion forum.

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Jayesh Jain

Jayesh Jain New Zealand

Jayesh Jain is working as a Business Analyst in Auckland, New Zealand. He has several years of n-Tier development experience in developing interactive client solutions. He has a passion for Web ...

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