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PG Related Website Implementation Advice Needed

Thread began 1/01/2010 6:03 pm by paputxi | Last modified 1/05/2010 2:31 pm by paputxi | 1102 views | 3 replies


PG Related Website Implementation Advice Needed

I just developed a website that incorporates PowerGallery (nice tool!) on one server and now need to implement that website on a different server. I don't know what impact this move will have on the PowerGallery related MySQL database or on the other PowerGallery files within my website. So, I'm seeking some implementation advice.

Does anyone know if I can just copy the PowerGallery related MySQL database to the other server? Or, do I have to recreate a whole new database on the new server?

I am hoping to avoid having to recreate the PowerGallery related database again as it contains many galleries and lots of photos. So it would be very time consuming to have to start all over.

Also, does anyone know if I would have to modify some files in the PowerGallery100 folder as well after I upload those files to the new website? I suspect the answer is yes. If so, which ones?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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