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a startup idea shared by sarmenhb on 07/10/2011

i am a web developer and i backup my sites including the mysql export (sql file) they are placed in folders labeled by name and version. every time i want to check what each contains i have to copy it to the server and import the sql file. and that takes alot of time depending on what needs to be setup and so forth. the idea that i have is for an application when added the path for the folder to be viewed, after its selected it looks for a sql file (if necessary) and automatically sets that directory as the root to the local server and can be viewed via the browser. i know i can already do this if i change the server path for each file i want to check but then i have to import each sql file and its extra work.

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