Let me guess, you want a clean way to execute SQL queries from the Joomla Administration backend? Probably you want someone other than yourself to be able to run a query on the database using SQL but don’t want to have them playing about in PHPmyAdmin, or to have to bother with passwords or database names etc. The answer is simples.Add a comment Read more: How to execute SQL queries from the Joomla Administration backend easily
If you are using a Joomla extension to execute SQL queries and get the error "403: Access Forbidden, Attempted SQL injection in POST" don’t worry, I think I can help.Add a comment Read more: “403: Access Forbidden Attempted SQL injection in POST” returned when using a SQL Joomla...
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