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Loading sql database file

Thread began 1/19/2017 5:39 pm by john70964 | Last modified 1/20/2017 7:12 am by Ray Borduin | 256 views | 3 replies |

john70964

Loading sql database file

For the creation of ecart6 I downloaded the database file
wa_ecommerce_db-8072013.sql
In Navicat I highlighted the new database, right clicked and selected execute SQL file (later I also highlighted the tables icon to test).
The execute file ran OK and reported 47 queries executed successfully but no tables have appeared in the tables view.
Any ideas where I may be going wrong please?
Many thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Have you closed and re-opened the table. Maybe it just hasn't refreshed. It would seem that if it said the queries executed without error, then the tables should be there.

It really isn't necessary to create the tables first anymore. The DataAssist and eCart wizards will actually create the tables automatically when the wizards are run through dreamweaver in the latest version.

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john70964

Thanks Ray,
I closed the PC down, restarted and all the tables are there!

Re: "when the wizards are run through dreamweaver in the latest version".

Do you mean the latest version of Dreamweaver or WebAssist?

Regards
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The latest version of the webassist extensions (databridge and the ecart checkout wizard will create tables if they don't exist)

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