The type of image files to be sorted. Please note: ALL FILES in the directory not corresponding to the named format will be ignored by the generator.
The name of the database you want to create.
The directory on your server that you would like to use.
MySQL requires a host name to be specified, such as "http://www.myserver.com".
MySQL requires a user name be specified.
Depending on the server setup MySQL may require a password for each database it creates. Consult your control panel's MySQL section or your system administrator if you have trouble with this section.
MySQL databases use what is called a primary key to sequentially order entries. For the purposes of this database, it can either be numeric (1, 2, 3,...) or alphabetical (a-z, aa, bb...). Default is numeric.
This option is available to users with Windows-based servers only. Windows creates a "file created" string within the image file's metadata, which is used here to assign a permanent creation date in a unique database field. Linux based file systems (the majority of web servers) use the Unix timestamp, which provides only for a last modified date. Though Windows servers running PHP/MYSQL are rare, many web designers maintain a local "testing" server for development. It is this setup in which the Win32 file created feature can be utilized to build a database, which can then be transferred to the remote host for implementation.