Import SQL File Using PHP

Hello Guys, This tutorial will help you to import sql file to your database. Sometimes few of client doesn’t provide phpMyAdmin or cPanel access. So by this tutorial you can import your sql file to database by a simple way.

//ENTER THE RELEVANT INFO BELOW
$mysqlDatabaseName =”YOURDATABASENAME”;
$mysqlUserName =”DATABASEUSERNAME”;
$mysqlPassword =”DATABASEPASSWORD”;
$mysqlHostName =”MYSQLHOST”;
$mysqlImportFilename =’YOUR SQL FILE';

 
//DONT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE
//Export the database and output the status to the page
$command=’mysql -h’ .$mysqlHostName .’ -u’ .$mysqlUserName .’ -p’ .$mysqlPassword .’ ‘ .$mysqlDatabaseName .’ < ‘ .$mysqlImportFilename;
exec($command,$output=array(),$worked);
switch($worked){
case 0:
echo ‘Import file <b>’ .$mysqlImportFilename .'</b> successfully imported to database <b>’ .$mysqlDatabaseName .'</b>';
break;
case 1:
echo ‘There was an error during import. Please make sure the import file is saved in the same folder as this script and check your values:<br/><br/><table><tr><td>MySQL Database Name:</td><td><b>’ .$mysqlDatabaseName .'</b></td></tr><tr><td>MySQL User Name:</td><td><b>’ .$mysqlUserName .'</b></td></tr><tr><td>MySQL Password:</td><td><b>NOTSHOWN</b></td></tr><tr><td>MySQL Host Name:</td><td><b>’ .$mysqlHostName .'</b></td></tr><tr><td>MySQL Import Filename:</td><td><b>’ .$mysqlImportFilename .'</b></td></tr></table>';
break;
}