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Multiple Images per product through the database

Thread began 9/22/2015 6:49 pm by Paul | Last modified 10/05/2015 2:26 pm by Paul | 794 views | 15 replies

Paul

Ray, I'm a bit befuddled as to what's happening on GoDaddy and with the DataAssist Wizard. I purchased

I have a new MySQL database that I created called "fit_products". In it, I have 1 table called "products".

In Dreamweaver, I connect without any problems and I see the "fit_products" database. Now, I am trying to create the admin pages so that I can start populating the database.

In the DataAssist Wizard Create Pages, my connection is correct and when I check it through the DEFINE button, it shows the correct database and connects successfully.

I chose the Product Administration pages to build and it shows my table called "products". The Key Columns correctly show the fields, but not the preview. I thought it might just be for visual purposes, so I created the pages and they all have the wrong fields.

I called GoDaddy and they see the same thing through the phpMyAdmin that I do.

Have you seen this before? The correct connection, correct database and table, but the wrong fields?

I've attached a screen capture of the preview page. I don't have a PRICE field in my database along with the other fields.
I've also attached a screen capture of the phpMyAdmin page, showing the database structure.

Your help is greatly appreciated.

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