[thelist] Moving a MySQL Database

NanHarbisonSmith at aol.com NanHarbisonSmith at aol.com
Fri Mar 1 16:06:00 CST 2002

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There is a textbox on the main page for a database you have set up to run a
mysql query, so you just copy it in there and presto! It is done.
Or if you want, you can look at the dump of the database you are in, either
just the structure or with the data, and copy that somewhere else.
Have you looked at phpmyadmin yet? You will think you have died and gone to
heaven, it is so easy to use. You almost don't have to know any SQL at all.
Make sure you get version 2.2.3 though, it has some extra features that the
older version does not have that are excellent.

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> Using phpMyAdmin how do you import a dump file? Or how would you import
> a dump file into a mysql database on a remote server when you do not
> have shell access to the server? I am just beginning with php so if you
> could point me to a script that would be helpfull.

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