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Web Service Engine for MySQL

Web Service Engine for MySQL is a storage engine for the MySQL database. It takes basic SQL and translates this through the engine interface into HTTP request methods. This gives you the ability to create, read, and delete pages on Web servers. Wikipedia becomes a table you can select on from your database.

Implementation

Recent releases

  •  29 Jun 2007 09:31

    Release Notes: Multiple attributes per table are now supported. The engine now handles tables with more than two columns by generating XML that is stored on the remote server. Tables with only two columns are stored as before, with the non-keyed attribute being directly provided to the remote provider.

    •  18 Apr 2007 13:15

      Release Notes: Support for UPDATE and DELETE was added. Range queries are now supported. ORDER BY operations now work. This release was timed to the release of mod_methods to make testing the engine easier.

      •  12 Apr 2007 02:44

        Release Notes: This release is for the MySQL 5.1 server.

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