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Dynamic Mysql Connection errors

Thread began 6/09/2011 11:11 am by marlon.vanwyhe426334 | Last modified 8/09/2012 2:30 pm by Jason Byrnes | 2014 views | 5 replies |

marlon.vanwyhe426334

Dynamic Mysql Connection errors

Hi Guys

I need urgent help. After creating and defining my site. I highlighted an area that i want to ad PowerCMS to create a content area. I go to the Webassist > CMS > Add Content to PowerCMS. I then get prompted to create name the the regions that i want to name. After adding all that info i press finish and i get an error. Please refer to the image below. Please help me. I spent loads of cash on the Supersuite and the one product that i wanted badly is not working. please help

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it is impossible to make out the error message in that screen shot, it is too small.


can you compress the screen shot into a zip archive and attach the zip file please.

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Blikbrein

Having the same problem. Zip File with screen shot attached. I created a new DB without any tables for this exercise.

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Screen Shot 2012-08-06 at 5.57.58 PM.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in your Dreamweaver site settings, how is the connection to the testing server defined?

the most common cause of this error is the testing server settings.

In the testing server settings, are you connecting to a local testing server or a remote server through FTP?

make sure that the Web URL and Root Directory settings are set properly.

The web URL should be a full URL to the site on your testing server.

the Root Directory needs to be the path to the directory on the server that matches the Web URL. This settings is especially important if you are connecting to a remote server using FTP. When you log into some FTP Servers, you may be outside of the web root, if this is the case on your server, you need to specify the web root directory.

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Blikbrein

I'm using Mamp on my local machine. Settings for test server:

Server Folder: /Volumes/Super SD/Dropbox/Sites/mimosasandton.co.za

Web Url: mimosasandton.co.za/

This setup has always worked for me when using PowerCMS builder stand alone edition

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
supporthistory.php

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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