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How to grab the databse of other sites databse

Posted by Anjali (Anjali), 4 October 2007
I have one task to do.We are doing one job site where all the jobs to be displayed.In that we will display our  jobs which are in our database and the jobs which are posted by the recruiter in other sites.For that we need  to grab other sites databse.Can anyone tell me how to do that.
 Please help me to do this

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 4 October 2007
Firstly, check the copyright issues of working with the other sites and see if they provide RSS feeds.  Then have a look at something like magpierss (Google for it - you'll find plenty of references).

There's an example of this in use on our web site:

Posted by Anjali (Anjali), 4 October 2007
Thanks for the reply.
 but i am unable to do that
  How can i see the copyright issues of other site.
 can you explain it clearly how can i do that
 please it is urgent for me
thanks once again

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 4 October 2007
Most web sites include copyright statements or pages telling you what you are, and are not, allowed to do with their content.   If they do not allow you to use their content on your web site, you may still be able to use it if you email their system administrator and seek permission.

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