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webassist -> securityassist -> create pages -> connection: define -> new -> mySQL = unidentified error

Thread began 12/08/2014 5:07 am by story book | Last modified 12/08/2014 1:36 pm by Jason Byrnes | 301 views | 1 replies |

story book

webassist -> securityassist -> create pages -> connection: define -> new -> mySQL = unidentified error

Hello.

Alright so now I have purchased a domain name and host server from Godaddy.com, they have given me the information which I then entered into my site setup where

Site name = Textroleplay
Local site folder = D:\xampp\htdocs\Textroleplay\

Server name = Textroleplay
Connect using = FTP
FTP address = 23.229.136.232 Port = 21
Username = user
Password = ******

At this point, I clicked test and it works.

Root directory = public_html/
Web url = http://textroleplay.com/

After saving, I checked the remote and testing boxes and carried on to webassist -> securityassist -> create pages -> connection: define -> new -> mySQL connection where

Connection name = textroleplay
MySQL server = localhost
Username = user
Password = ******

Database: select
Error message : An unidentified error has occured.

Please advice as I have no idea where the mistake might be.
Thank you kindly.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you reported this in a mother thread, see my reply there:
http://www.webassist.com/forums/posts.php?pid=184538

please don't start multiple threads for the same issue.

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