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it is a horrible way to install Ultra Pics for me at least, i admitted that i am a newbie to osc and codes, but i successfully installed osc and sts system, but when i got into Ultra Pics, i found finally:

 

it is horrible,

 

first, i have made some customization on our page, and had set up STS, so i have to (i am afraid of breaking what i had done perfectly: osc and sts!) install manually.

but that is ok, i followed the instruction step by step. i can afford.

 

butttt finally, i could not import the sql_ultra_pics.sql file.

 

And now, What should i do?

 

Retore and get back?

 

Anybody helps me?????????????

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it is a horrible way to install Ultra Pics for me at least, i admitted that i am a newbie to osc and codes, but i successfully installed osc and sts system, but when i got into Ultra Pics, i found finally:

 

it is horrible,

 

first, i have made some customization on our page, and had set up STS, so i have to (i am afraid of breaking what i had done perfectly: osc and sts!) install manually.

but that is ok, i followed the instruction step by step. i can afford.

 

butttt finally, i could not import the sql_ultra_pics.sql file.

 

And now, What should i do?

 

Retore and get back?

 

Anybody helps me?????????????

 

 

This is the feedback mysql give me:

 

SQL query:

 

ALTER TABLE `products` ADD `products_image_med` VARCHAR( 64 ) AFTER `products_image` ;

 

MySQL said: Documentation

#1060 - Duplicate column name 'products_image_med'

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This is the feedback mysql give me:

 

SQL query:

 

ALTER TABLE `products` ADD `products_image_med` VARCHAR( 64 ) AFTER `products_image` ;

 

MySQL said: Documentation

#1060 - Duplicate column name 'products_image_med'

 

looks like you have already run the sql as that is saying the column already exists


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Mark A Reynolds

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looks like you have already run the sql as that is saying the column already exists

 

I got this question and back to open the sql_ultra_pics, and we can see:

 

ALTER TABLE `products` ADD `products_image_med` VARCHAR(64) AFTER `products_image`;

ALTER TABLE `products` ADD `products_image_lrg` VARCHAR(64) AFTER `products_image_med`;

 

maybe this is the reason we be feedback by: duplicate!!!

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