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Unable to select database on SQL connection when trying to use SecurityAssist:create pages

Thread began 12/05/2014 1:51 pm by | Last modified 12/08/2014 3:51 pm by | 4339 views | 9 replies

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Well now I have another problem. I'm pretty sure since every connection is successful when tested, there shouldn't be any more problems. However, when I finally got done with filling up all required fields in SecurityAssist: create pages and ran it, all files were created but it returned a message saying that it could not create tables for me, so the files were all saved in my webassist local drive. This problem has happened before when I tried with localhost but (referring to this thread) it was solved when I change the local folder. I know I can eventually upload my tables directly to my webhost but I don't want to do that. I want it to be uploaded when SecurityAssist creates them so I won't encounter another completely different set of problem in the future. Please advise?
Also, the input for MySQL server field in the security assist: MySQL Connection prompt is still localhost even though I'm uploading to a webhost, right?

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