WizzyWeb 5

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Quick Start To the left is the Object Selector (the drop-down list box). Below the selected Object is the Property Sheet for the selected Object. Start by entering your PHP Data Objects (PDO) supported database server information in the Connection Code Property and clicking the "Refresh" button. Don't forget to click the "Refresh" button! If you are not sure what to enter, you can get context-sensitive help for every Property in WizzyWeb by simply clicking on the Property Name, (e.g., Connection Code, Fields To Use, Control, Label, etc.).

Below is the App Preview. Create an entire finished application by simply selecting Objects and setting Properties! Don't forget to click the "Refresh" button when you make changes (if the page does not auto-refresh).

Run your application at anytime to test it by clicking the "Run" button. You can save your app at anytime by selecting "Save" from the File Menu so you can edit or finish it later. When you are finished with your app, select "Export Code" from the File menu. If you need help look at the Support Page and watch the Video Tutorials

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Host
Description: Sets the location of an existing database to create a database entry application from. You can set it to "localhost" to access the demo database here at wizzyweb.com. However, the location can be anywhere on the Internet enabling you to create a database entry application from amy PDO supported database in world live over the Internet as long as remote access is enabled on your database - or you will not be able to connect. Specifically, you need to have either www.wizzyweb.com or 66.59.64.116 (the wizzyweb.com IP address) entered as an "Access Host". You also need "SELECT" privileges enabled for the user you connect as. If you are not sure how to do this, ask your system administrator or Web hosting company. Once you set all the datasource properties and click the "Refresh" button (don't forget to click it!), WizzyWeb will connect to the database live over the Web and extract the fields names in the table, making them available in the Object Selector drop-down list. You will then be able to set the Properties for each field, (e.g., Text Box, Check Box, Size, Required, etc.)

Example: www.yoursite.com, 123.45.6.7, localhost, 127.0.0.1
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Username
Description: Sets the Username to use when connecting to an existing PHP PDO supported database.

Example: guest, admin, etc.
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Password
Description: Sets the Password to use when connecting to an existing PHP PDO supported database.

Example: guest, secret, etc.
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Database
Description: Sets the Database name to use when connecting to an existing PHP PDO supported database server. There is a demo database named "wizzyweb_db1" you can connect to.

Example: test, wizzyweb, etc.
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Table
Description: Sets the Table name to use when connecting to an existing PHP PDO supported database. There is a demo table named "Employees" you can connect to.

Example: Employees, Products, Contacts, etc.
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