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Thread began 8/12/2010 4:45 pm by sunsabbath76401977 | Last modified 8/13/2010 3:30 am by sunsabbath76401977 | 896 views | 2 replies

Eric Mittman

In general the idea is that you need to export the db as a .sql file using a MySQL tool like SQLyog or phpMyAdmin or something like this. If you are on a mac you should take a look at sequel pro, it is pretty simple and easy to use. Once you have exported the db as a .sql file you can then use the database management area of your live server to import the .sql file. Here is a guide on importing the db:


We also have the Database Starter Kit that gives you a bit of helpful info for managing a MySQL db, it can be found on our free tutorials and training section of out site:


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