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Cannot connect to database

Thread began 7/09/2013 5:40 pm by Daryl | Last modified 9/07/2019 4:52 pm by Daryl | 8151 views | 33 replies

DarylBeta Tester

Cannot connect to database

I have tonight,all of a sudden, been getting problems connecting to my Database.

I am using Dreamweaver CC and have updated to allow Server Behaviors and Databases.

It appears to be an issue with the mmhttpdb.php file. Originally I was getting a 404 error and a message about testing server or the file being in the wrong place. Both my testing server was fine and the file was where it was supposed to be,

So I have now got the file from a website that I can access and have uploaded in the original files place but now I am getting an undefined error message.

Does anyone know how to sort this out please? I have wasted about three hours of development time already.

Thanks in advance

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