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MySQL Query Browser can't connect to MySQL Serve

Thread began 10/29/2009 4:29 pm by karenamck240415 | Last modified 10/30/2009 12:37 pm by Jason Byrnes | 3851 views | 4 replies |

karenamck240415

MySQL Query Browser can't connect to MySQL Serve

I am using the MySQL Query Browser for the first time and trying to get through the PowerCMS instructions under "Using MySQL Query Browser". I have no idea what to do, I keep getting error 1045.

The using phpMyAdmin step went fine.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the error 1045 means the user name and password you are entering is not correct.


Are you trying to connect to a local mySQL Server or a remote MySQL Server?


If it is a local MySQL Server, set the Host name to Localhost.

if it is a remote MySQL Server, you will need to find out from your host a few things, 1) Do they allow remote connections to the MySQL server 2) what is the mySQL Server address to use.

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karenamck240415

MySQL Query Browser can't connect to MySQL Serve

I know the user name and pass word are incorrect but I have tried all the what are suppose to be the correct ones

it is a local server and I have tried localhost and 127.0.0.1

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karenamck240415

MySQL Query Browser can't connect to MySQL Serve

I figured this out but now I don't know what the .sql file I need to import is. It appears to be a user table. Was that provided by PowerCMS?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the CMS.sql file is in the Database folder of the PowerCMS files.

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