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Issue 7.3

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Connecting to Other Servers From Yuma

Issue: 7.3 (March/April 2009)
Author: Brad Weber
Author Bio: Brad Weber is a co-founder of Inspiring Applications, Inc. and has enjoyed 13 years of building custom software applications for Macintosh, Windows, the web, and now the iPhone.
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Yuma is a web development platform for REALbasic developers. In my previous Yuma columns, I've focused on features that are resident on the Yuma server, including session management and HTML form POST processing. But Yuma provides tools that you can use to reach beyond the resources of your server. In this column I've explored some options for integrating with services on other servers.

Database Access

Your Yuma scripts can connect to several types of databases when building dynamic database-driven pages, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite (REALSQLDatabase). But, at least in the case of MySQL and PostgreSQL, those database servers don't need to be running on the same server that is serving your Yuma file. You'll use the Host property of the Database class to connect to the appropriate server. And you're not limited to a single connection or even a single type of server in your Yuma document, as you'll see in the code listing below:

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