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How to Connect to a Database in Dreamweaver CC 2017




Dreamweaver CC 2017 is a powerful web development tool that allows you to create and manage websites, web applications, and dynamic web pages. One of the features of Dreamweaver CC 2017 is the ability to connect to a database and use server-side scripting languages such as PHP, ASP.NET, or ColdFusion to interact with the data stored in the database.


In this article, we will show you how to connect to a MySQL database in Dreamweaver CC 2017 using PHP as the server model. We will assume that you have already installed and configured MySQL on your local or remote server, and that you have created a database and a table with some sample data. We will also assume that you have installed the extension, which enables the server behaviors, databases, and bindings features in Dreamweaver CC 2017.


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Step 1: Create a PHP Site in Dreamweaver




The first step is to create a PHP site in Dreamweaver, which defines the local and remote folders for your web project, as well as the testing server settings. To create a PHP site in Dreamweaver, follow these steps:


  • In Dreamweaver, choose Site > New Site.



  • In the Site Setup dialog box, enter a name for your site in the Site Name field.



  • Click the Folder icon next to the Local Site Folder field and browse to the folder where you want to store your web files on your local computer.



  • Click the Servers category on the left side of the dialog box and click the Add New Server button.



  • In the Basic tab of the Server dialog box, enter a name for your server in the Server Name field.



  • Select FTP from the Connect Using drop-down menu and enter your FTP credentials in the corresponding fields. Alternatively, you can select Local/Network if you are working on a local server.



  • In the Server Folder field, enter or browse to the folder on your server where you want to upload your web files.



  • In the Web URL field, enter the URL of your website on your server.



  • Click the Advanced tab and select PHP MySQL from the Server Model drop-down menu.



  • Click Save.



  • In the Site Setup dialog box, select your server from the list and check both Remote and Testing.



  • Click Save.



Step 2: Create a MySQL Connection in Dreamweaver




The next step is to create a MySQL connection in Dreamweaver, which allows you to access and manipulate the data stored in your database. To create a MySQL connection in Dreamweaver, follow these steps:


  • In Dreamweaver, choose Window > Databases.



  • In the Databases panel, click the Add (+) button and select MySQL Connection.



  • In the MySQL Connection dialog box, enter a name for your connection in the Name field.



  • In the MySQL Server, enter or select the name or IP address of your MySQL server. If you are working on a local server, you can use "localhost".



  • In the User Name, enter or select the user name that you use to log in to your MySQL server.



  • In the Password, enter or select the password that you use to log in to your MySQL server.



  • In the Select Database, click the Select... button and choose your database from the list.



  • If you want to test your connection, click the Test. You should see a message saying "Connection was made successfully."



  • If everything is correct, click OK.



Step 3: Use Server Behaviors and Bindings to Interact with Your Database




The final step is to use server behaviors and bindings to interact with your database. Server behaviors are pre-written scripts that perform common tasks such as inserting, updating, deleting, or displaying data from a database. Bindings are variables that represent the data from a database or a form. To use server behaviors and bindings in Dreamweaver, follow these steps:


  • In Dreamweaver, create a new PHP file and save it in your local site folder.



  • In the Design view, create the layout and design of your web page using HTML and CSS.



  • In the Code view, place the cursor where you want to insert a server behavior or a binding.



  • Choose Window > Server Behaviors.



  • In the Server Behaviors panel, click the Add (+) button and select the server behavior that you want to use. For example, you can select Recordset (Query) to create a query that retrieves data from your database.



  • In the dialog box that appears, enter the parameters for your server behavior. For example, you can enter a name for your recordset, select your connection, choose a table, and specify the columns and criteria for your query.



  • Click OK.



  • Choose Window > Bindings.



  • In the Bindings panel, expand the recordset that you created and drag and drop the bindings that you want to display on your web page. For example, you can drag and drop the column names of your table to display the data from your database.



  • Save and upload your PHP file to your server.



  • Preview your web page in a browser and see the results.



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to connect to a database in Dreamweaver CC 2017 using PHP as the server model. We have also shown you how to use server behaviors and bindings to interact with your database. By following these steps, you can create dynamic web pages that display and manipulate data from your database. For more information about Dreamweaver CC 2017, visit the .


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