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Exporting Locally Created Database to Remote Hosting Server

Thread began 2/20/2011 12:56 pm by lynny | Last modified 11/30/2011 10:59 pm by lynny | 1718 views | 5 replies


This is how I do it:

First I export an SQL file of the entire database (except orders and orderdetails). I do this using PHPMYADMIN. I open the database, hit the export tab, select SQL, and save it under the name given to me by my provider.

Then I log into the provider's PHPMYADMIN. They will have to give you a login name and password. From there I import the SQL file I just created.

Hope that helps.

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