Uniquely identifying each & every html template
nikos.gr33k at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 10:12:31 CET 2013
Τη Τετάρτη, 23 Ιανουαρίου 2013 1:55:07 π.μ. UTC+2, ο χρήστης Michael Torrie έγραψε:
> You refuse to use a database in a way that it was designed to be used.
> If you're unwilling to identify a file based on name, path, and
> contents, then you're only solution is to use a database to associate a
> particular file with an id. When you move or rename the file you have
> to update the database. That's the only answer we can give you.
table counters: pin ---- page ----- hosts
table visitors: pin ---- host ---- hits ---- useros ---- browser ---- date
1. Who is going to create the 'pin' ? the database automatically when i'am inserting a new record from python?
2. How's the 'pin' going to be associated with 'page' ?
3. if 'page' renames/moves then i have to manually edit the counter database table to find the specific 'page' record and upadate it by hand?
> I in no way intend anything I have said to be condescending. It's just
> that those who are honestly trying to help you are getting frustrated.
> And possibly you will interpret this frustration as hostility or
> elitism, which it really is not.
They are getting frustrated because they do not want to follow the logic i'am imposing.
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