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hello friends

 

I have downloaded CE-Phoenix-1.0.7.5 into the pc and I worked with Xammp normaly., 

 

I have contacted to a hosting, and I have uploaded through  FTP  the CE-Phoenix-1.0.7.5 folder to public_html folder

The name of the web is wariweb.com

 

 

 (/home/ixllrvzf)

 
  etc
 
  logs
 
  mail
 
  public_ftp
 
  public_html
 
 
  admin
 
 
  download
 
 
  ext
 
 
  images
 
 
  includes
 
 
  install
 
 
  pub
 
 
  templates
 
 
  wariweb
 
  ssl
 
  tmp
 
  wari

Where should I upload the database called ventas ? in what folder?, because for now i get Unable to connect to database server!, when i go to.... wariweb.com

Thank you in advance

 

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@dizoe

While these instructions are a bit old (referencing an older version of osC), the process is the same.

HTH

Malcolm

Edited by ArtcoInc

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Thank you ArtcoInc

yeah more or less the imstructions are Ok.

But what I wanted is to import a database that I have already created and took me many weeks. 

is it possible to do it through  PHPMyAdmin? 

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@dizoe

How did you create the database? Unless it matches the expected structure 100%, you will have problems.

Also, there are utilities such as Easy Populate that are useful for moving mass data around.

https://apps.oscommerce.com/xYmiQ&easy-populate-products-attributes

HTH

Malcolm


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yes, what I made is with my database that I work locally I mean with my local server using Xampp, I exported all the tables in my  original database, with  SQL extension  example: customers.sql  to a  folder file in my pc, more than 150 tables.

Then I Imported all this tables to the database that is located on the hosting, with the phpmyadmin, all the tables imported normally, I mean the structure was ok, but the content of each table, no, It was no data on each table.

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