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  • Antz
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    Uploading Website Link to this post

    Hi i have just finished creating a site for a client of mine using WAMP. Im planning to give them a DVD with the website on it so they can upload it onto their server. Im just wondering...

    1. What files i need to give them?
    2. What does their website provider need to uploaded the website?
    3. How to change the password and user name so that they can use the website with Silverstipe without me anymore.

    Cheers
    Antz

  • Willr
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    Re: Uploading Website Link to this post

    See http://doc.silverstripe.org/recipes:publishing-to-web-server for a detailed guide for how to publish to a web server (you will have to swap the FTP for DVD in your case). Basically you need 2 components your silverstripe folder (with all the code, themes, modules etc) and your database which you can export to a text file (notes in that guide or do a google search).

  • Antz
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    Re: Uploading Website Link to this post

    Hey im trying to work this out but i dont have phpmyadmin installed and i cant figure out how to install it (im on a mac) so that i can export my Database, is there another way?

  • Martijn
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    Re: Uploading Website Link to this post

    Normally, if you have wamp, you have phpmyadmin, which you can access with http://localhost/phpmyadmin

  • swaiba
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    Re: Uploading Website Link to this post

    "export my Database, is there another way?"

    yes, yes there is...

    http://www.silverstripe.org/database-plumber-module/

    Also if you want to have a more powerful SQL client than the ever frustrating phpmyadmin...

    Get this... (perpetual trial)
    http://www.textpad.com/download/index.html#downloads

    Add a syntax file...
    http://www.textpad.com/add-ons/files/syntax/mysql_5.zip

    then configure this...
    http://www.madirish.net/?article=164

    now you can use files to hold your sql, use scripting and variables and see the code highlighted nicely

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