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Thread began 7/27/2011 4:51 pm by rob294118 | Last modified 1/16/2012 1:37 pm by CheopisIV | 3431 views | 13 replies |

rob294118

PowerBuilder CMS

I am unable to create CMS Content using PowerBuilderCMS. When I test the connection file, it connects. When I try to add the content area, I get an error message:

Unable to edit the database with the credentials provided...

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

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ebonixs

Unable to edit Database...User Credentials

I am having the same issue... Here is the error:

unable to edit your databse with the provided user credentials. Please make sure the connection user has write access to this database. (You may need to upload the connection to the server if you have made changes recently)

In this situation, I am using XAMP, and I've given myself all rights (or all the boxes are checked under "priviledges").

Please help!

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rob294118

Settings

I fixed my problem by making sure the following info was correct in my site definition settings. I'm using Dreamweaver.

Local Info

HTTP Address: www.yourwebsite.com/


Testing Server

URL Prefix: www.yourwebsite.com/

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ebonixs

PowerBuilder CMS

So...even if I have my testing server locally... I should still reference the remote server in my Testing Server's Web URL?

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ebonixs

Regarding the Credentials Issue with Power CMS Builder

I don't think this is a site definition problem, I think it is a mysql priviledge problem. I've tried the Web Url thing with the remote and Testing Server but the problem still remains. There needs to be more documentation on this. Thanks for the help though.

Webassist please help!

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ebonixs

Power CMS Builder Credentials Issue

Ok... I was wrong... The issue resided in the Testing server. I did have my remote URL as my Testing URL (which is the local host) so now I have to enable the Remote Server and see if I will get any issues with it since the Testing Server now works with the Power CMS Builder.

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dennis124648

Originally Said By: ebonixs
  I am having the same issue... Here is the error:

unable to edit your databse with the provided user credentials. Please make sure the connection user has write access to this database. (You may need to upload the connection to the server if you have made changes recently)

In this situation, I am using XAMP, and I've given myself all rights (or all the boxes are checked under "priviledges").

Please help!  



I am also getting exactly the same problem and there doesn't seem to be a lot of support from WebAssist - I've followed the documention supplied to the letter and frankly am rapidly becoming despondent, dismayed and dubious about purchasing anything ever again - why does it have to be like this? web assist used to be brilliant.
Dennis

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you reported issues in another thread as well, In that thread, I started a support incident so we can look into the issue with you.

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dennis124648

powerbuilder

After getting Powerbuilder to work on one site I came to use it on a second site.
I believe I set up all of the connections correctly (Dreamweaver certainly connected to the database). When trying to create a powercms content area I get "Unable to edit your database with the provided user credentials. Please make sure the connection user has write access to this database. (You may need to upload the connection to the server if you have made changes recently) - hey ho, here we go again

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