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Table 'pcms2_users' doesn't exist

Thread began 4/22/2011 5:17 pm by thehermitvi425323 | Last modified 6/19/2014 10:32 pm by thehermitvi425323 | 1642 views | 5 replies


Hello Jason,

I've installed Power CMS on the website. However, after the installation, I've deleted the install_cms folder on the remote server and successfully logged in. When I've uploaded the page with CMS content, it has given me an error "Table xxxxxxx, pcms2_toolbardefinitions doesn't exist". I've searched the forum and saw one post with the same problem, but it didn't have a solution. So, I've tried different things, however, it didn't help.

I've removed all folders created by Power CMS on both - remote server and local. I've replaced the page with its copy that I've made right before I've applied the Power CMS, and have started the process again (i.e. uploaded all files, dropped all previously created tables), however, the solution didn't automatically redirect me to install_cms/index.php page. Instead, it would redirect me to the CMS Login page, which does not work since I have brand new tables in the database and have not created the users yet.

It is a mess.... and I need your help as always.

Please read the PM for info:

Thank you so much in advance.

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