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Moving from localhost to service provider (go daddy)

Thread began 6/03/2010 8:57 am by bsteve2004309526 | Last modified 6/08/2010 1:06 pm by bsteve2004309526 | 1972 views | 4 replies




what I do is this.

Upload the original PS3 file to my Web Server and run the setup sequence.

Then I upload all my local files EXCLUDING THE CONNETIONS FOLDER.

Finaly I create an SQL dump of my local database excluding the WA settings folder. ( use php myadmin or navicat)

Run that SQl on your remote database and all data will be uploaded.

You should find it will work - always does for me.



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