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  • mente
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    Re:Uploading MySQL Database Link to this post

    Hi everyone,

    I developed my website offline, on Windows. However, my problem is that I cannot upload the database from my HDD to the web.

    I installed the PHP installer and Silverstripe runs smoothly.

    Thanks in advance

  • Fuzz10
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    Re: Re:Uploading MySQL Database Link to this post

    You have to use a tool like PHPMyAdmin to transfer your database. Silverstripe has no built in functionality to transfer sites.

  • mente
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    Thanx.

    However, what exactly do I need to upload. I mean which files of the windows installation.

    As far as I understand it should be the mysql\data\ss_mysite folder.

  • simon_w
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    Re: Re:Uploading MySQL Database Link to this post

    In PHPMyAdmin, export your database, then import on your server.

  • mente
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    Re: Re:Uploading MySQL Database Link to this post

    The database is made offline, with the windows installer.
    So now I should install phpmyadmin locally, on my computer, export my database and then upload it with the server's phpmyadmin?

  • Fuzz10
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    Re: Re:Uploading MySQL Database Link to this post

    that would be a good option, yes

  • mente
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    Re: Re:Uploading MySQL Database Link to this post

    It does not really work.
    When I upload the database and I upload the content ot htdocs happens nth.
    What should I do?

    PS:With the PHP installer, when I install a fresh copy, it works.

  • Fuzz10
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    Re: Re:Uploading MySQL Database Link to this post

    Make sure to set the correct values in the _config.php file in your project-directory.

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