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Moving from one directory to another broke my gallery

Thread began 12/28/2012 9:47 am by Andrew Dodd - ADDIGITAL | Last modified 12/31/2012 10:54 am by Jason Byrnes | 497 views | 3 replies |

Andrew Dodd - ADDIGITAL

Moving from one directory to another broke my gallery

Hi All,

I moved a client website from the directory (domainname.com/development) to (domainname.com) to make it live. I can't now access the admin area - it insists on running the install wizard again.

I synchronised everything using Dreamweaver (CS6)

Don't really want to do this as I had it set up just the way I liked it. Anybody any ideas what's going on?

TIA

Andrew

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

make sure you move the files from the domainname.com/development/Connection folder to domainname.com/Connection folder

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Andrew Dodd - ADDIGITAL

Hi Jason,

I thought PowerGallery didn't use a connection, but in any case, I rebuilt the gallery anyhow - will bear that in mind next time!

Cheers,

Andrew

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The Gallery information is stored in a database, so the gallery needs to use a connection in order to connect to the database to store and retrieve the gallery information.

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