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Thread began 11/26/2009 5:17 pm by dennis.hacker262917 | Last modified 12/01/2009 4:48 pm by dennis.hacker262917 | 2943 views | 18 replies


Hi Dennis,

No, I don't think so, the connection to the database must already have successfully been made in order for the tables to have been created correctly by the gallery set-up.

One thing occurs to me that may have some bearing on your problem; - when I set up my first gallery, all of the files that I unzipped from the downloaded folder were 'read-only', so in Dreamweaver when I put that folder into my site, I right-clicked it in the 'Files' panel and selected 'Turn Off Read Only'.

I would suggest that you do that with your gallery folder in Dreamweaver, and re-upload the lot to your remote site. It may mean having to go through the set-up again, but you know that your database settings are correct, and that your Username and Password are correct, so it shouldn't be too much of a trial.

As that's all I can think of right now, hopefully that will solve the problem.

Let us know what happens.

EDIT: This is in reply to your previous post. But still makes sense (given all the 'failed to write' messages'). See what happens.

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