Originally Posted by Old Pedant
WOW! English may not be your native language, but you WRITE English better than most of the people who post in these forums! I am *impressed*!
Unfortunately, for all your explanation, it doesn't help a lot. The problem is that the form you showed us could be represented in the database in many different ways (some good, some bad).
So what I would need to see would be the SCHEMA of the database.
If you could use some database tool to explore the database, hopefully that tool could show you the various tables in the database and, in each table, the names and types of the fields. *THAT* is what we need to see. Can you do that?
I found something called information_schema in phpMyAdmin so I'm assuming this is what you're looking for?