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Shared server - top level domain causing 1064 error when building simple query

Thread began 1/13/2019 5:37 pm by happybanana | Last modified 1/16/2019 4:50 pm by happybanana | 74 views | 1 replies


Shared server - top level domain causing 1064 error when building simple query - SOLVED

I had asked a previous question with lower level domains... but now I'm stumped.

I'm trying to work on my top-level domain on a shared server. All other domains show up as sub-directories. Same problem happening now...

Multiple issues attempting to use MySqli extension for the first time

I have managed to set up a connection successfully. So far, that's it. The Query Builder/Model Database window is completely blank, showing no tables, despite a "successful" connection. When attempting to create a new recordset, the tables show up in the pull-down menu, but I get a MYSQL Error 1064 referencing an error on line 1 at b64:U0VMRUNUI.... etc. when attempting to "test" even a simple recordset. Then, clicking on the Query Builder button on advanced opens the Query Builder box and I get this error: "Error Inspecting SQL
• table not found: daily_events

These values will be automatically removed the next time
you use the visual editor or advanced tab to edit your SQL"

I've been using MySQL/PHP for years in Dreamweaver (CS6) and have no idea what I'm doing wrong. Thanks.

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