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Step 5: Putting It All Together - PHP

This is the first article in a three-part series dealing with using PHP 4 and MySQL to make a comprehensive e-commerce storefront solution. This article covers the product catalog database design and creating the catalog administration interface.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Building an E-Commerce Site Part 1: Building a Product Catalog
  2. Assumptions and Requirements
  3. Overview of a Simplified E-Commerce System
  4. Step 1: Creating the Database
  5. Step 2: Creating the Product Catalog
  6. Step 3: Populating the Tables with Data
  7. Step 4: Creating Catalog Maintenance Screens
  8. Step 5: Putting It All Together
By: Ying Zhang
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April 25, 2000

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We've covered the maintenance screens, now let's put everything together. Open up mymarket/admin with your browser and you should see the administrative welcome screen. Click on the category and product links on the side and start playing with the system.

Go over the code and comments while you play with the system to get a good feel for what is happening. If you are relatively new to PHP or MySQL, this might be a bit hard to digest at first, but it will be worth it! To reinforce your understanding of what's going on, you should run SELECT queries on the database tables to see that the data in there matches what you see on the pages.

We've covered a lot of topics in this part of the E-Commerce guide. Stay tuned for the next part where we look at the PHP 4 sessions, and user tracking!



 
 
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