Last post Nov 10, 2008 02:21 AM by Danish woman
Nov 08, 2008 04:19 AM|Danish woman|LINK
Nov 08, 2008 10:18 AM|kilko|LINK
Have you considered using web service for updating database on server B? This web service can be called from server A, passed required parameters and then receive a response from it. However, looking at your needs, you should be using web service only in
secure channel (https). I hope this should help.
Nov 08, 2008 04:47 PMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
I want to try to get a solution in another way instead of changing host.
Have you asked your host if they can allow this?
Nov 09, 2008 03:28 AM|Danish woman|LINK
Yes I asked them and now they dont allow it anymore. I dont know why. I bought the webhotel because the tecnical option corresponded to what I need. Everything was working fine for years.
Now they migrate to another platform without telling about this very serious changes.
I am now about to transfer my site to another host.
Nov 09, 2008 06:57 AM|kilko|LINK
There are several hosts that do not allow remote connections for MySQL database. Now when you are looking for a new host, please be sure to check that MySQL databases are not hosted on the same server as your web files as this is a general practice amongst
many hosts. Having hosted them separately will provide you very good performance and reliability.
Nov 10, 2008 02:10 AM|Enroth|LINK
It is much easier to change the host than find a solution. There are about 50'000 hosts around... Make your choice.
Nov 10, 2008 02:21 AM|Danish woman|LINK
Yes, I think it's the best to change the host.
The idea about the web service is very good also. I will consider that as a solution to many other issues. Thank you very much for that eye-opener.