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HTTP Authentication for logging into database
Posted by: John Johnston
Date: July 25, 2005 10:24AM

My Web host allows customers to establish MySQL databases, each with an assigned login and password.

I use phpMyAdmin for the detailed administrative tasks. I use the HTTP authentication feature for logging into the database.

For others in my company, I want to use a simple PHP page that lets employees view a record at a time and make updates to a couple of fields. How do I set up the HTTP authentication in PHP for a pre-established MySQL login and password? All the info I've found on setting up HTTP authentication talks about establishing a database of usernames and passwords. Any help would be great.

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