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Creating a car part database

Thread began 12/19/2013 9:30 pm by Eche | Last modified 1/12/2015 2:59 pm by Jason | 1284 views | 14 replies |

Eche

Creating a car part database

Can i use the "wa_ecommerce_db.zip" to create a car part database that will contain Veh Year, Make, and Model. Then Product Category and Product (Part) if i can how do i populate it, if i cant can you help me with a preset that will work.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

we do not have a database preset that is specific to a car parts database.

the WA eCommerce database does not include fields like Vin, year, make or model.


you would need to use PHP MyAdmin or another mySQL Gui tool to create the database structure specific for car parts with the needed columns.


once created, Data Bridge can be used to create web pages that can be used to manage the data in the database.

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Eche

Dynamic drop down table

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, we could help with this in a premiere support appointment.


using Dynamic drop downs for a parent -> child -> grandchild -> great grandchild structure is not much different then the parent -> child structure.

create additional recordsets for the grandchild and great grandchild lists

add the Create Dynamic Array behavior for the grandchild and great grandchild recordsets

add the Populate list from array behavior to the onchange event of the child list to target the grandchild list.

add the Populate list from array behavior to the onchange event of the grandchild list to target the great grandchild list.

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Eche

Dynamic Drop down menu

Private

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

see PM

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Eche

Transfering Mysql database from Localhost to 1&1

Hi Jason,
Please am having an issue transferring my local MySQL database to 1&1 database. I've created a database with 1&1 and i've exported and saved my MySQL database from my localhost to my desktop, but every time i try importing the data into the 1&1 database i created, it keep giving me this error codes

"SQL query:

--
-- Database: `eonn`
--
CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS `eonn` DEFAULT CHARACTER SET latin1 COLLATE latin1_swedish_ci

MySQL said: Documentation

#1044 - Access denied for user 'dbo534278573'@'%' to database 'eonn'

My files is way less than the max file they allow. don't know what to do,so please have you ever come across such problem, if so i can anyone direct me on what to do. Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The error is saying:

#1044 - Access denied for user 'dbo534278573'@'%' to database 'eonn'

this means that the user you are logged in as does not have the privileges to create the database.

remove the create database statement from the export.

you should have created the database through the hosts control panel, in phpMyAdmin, select the database you will import the tables to, then run the import with only the create table commands and not the command to create the database.

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Eche

Transfering Mysql database from Localhost to 1&1

Thanks Jason, it worked, but am getting this code now

"Connection to MySQL server db524178483.db.1and1.com successful! Database db524178483 successfully selected! It's not allowing me to see my pages.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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