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I have a client with a MySQL DB running on his local office server. He needs to give some remote users access to certain info on this DB but doesnt wish to give them direct access to the DB.
Instead, he wishes, if possible, to synchronise the DB to a remote location and give them access to this instead. Is it possible to sync MySQL DB's like this? (preferably having a live copy of his office db on a remote location with each change at his local db - or alternatively, synchronise every hour / day / whatever the case)
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yes you can do that using replication in mysql...

have a look at this link http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/replication.html
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Sounds like exactly what I need - thanks.
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