Posts Tagged ‘ Database ’

How to Work with MySQL – Basic Tasks

2017/09/16
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Modified: 2017/09/10
How to Work with MySQL – Basic Tasks

This material is tested with MySQL 5.1 and 5.5 on various Windows versions. This article covers these topics: -010- MySQL Data Location -020- Shortcut to MySQL Command Shell -030- Create a New Database -035- Delete an Existing Database -040- Display a List of All DB Users -050- Display a List of All Tables -060- List All Fields in a Table -070- Free ODBC Connector is Available -080- Create a New User -085- Change User Password -090- Delete a User -100- Grant User Rights to a D/B and Show It -110- Save Database into a Dump File -120- Restore Database From a Dump File -130- Rename Database -140- Backup Database -150- Automate…

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Adding a new WordPress site to an Existing Installation

2017/07/12
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Modified: 2017/06/25

Task You already have a working WordPress (WP) site.  Now, you need to add one more site with a new MySQL database.  This document describes how to add one more database and install a new WP site on the same server. Download Download latest WordPress ZIP package (3.X) and unzip it to your future site location. Open IIS Admin Create a new virtual directory pointing to that location Side Notes – Change root password You need to know existing root user password. Login into MySQL Command Line Client. Select database: use mysql; Reset user password: update user set password=PASSWORD(“NewPassword”) where User=’root'; Allpy new password: flush privileges;   Create a New Database…

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Preventing Duplicate Inserts on Browser Refresh (F5)

2017/05/29
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Modified: 2017/04/30

You have an insert button that inserts a record into a database. If user presses refresh (F5) button immediately after inserting a new record, more and more new records continue to be written into the database.

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How to Move MySQL D/B Files (Windows)

2017/05/27
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Modified: 2017/04/30

Locate your MySQL installation files and central configuration file basedir="C:/Program Files/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.1/" Your MySQL configuration is stored in "my.ini" file Locate your MySQL Database location: datadir="C:/Documents and Settings/All Users/ Application Data/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.1/Data/" Stop MySQL service. Modify My.ini file to point to a new D/B location and Save. Move your Data directory to a new location Restart MySQL service. You are done.  All pages (even if you were in the middle of the editing) continue to work.  Amazing!

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Add a FILESTREAM feature to an existing SQL D/B

2017/05/07
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Modified: 2017/04/30
SQL 2008 SP2 FILESTREAM Problem

SQL Server 2008 allows to store binary data, if Database has a FILESTREAM feature

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Moving Old ASP Sites to 2008 Server, IIS 7, and SQL 2008

2017/04/13
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Modified: 2017/03/03
Moving Old ASP Sites to 2008 Server, IIS 7, and SQL 2008

It was time to move many sites from W2K3 Server (Windows 2003 Server) and SQL 2000 Server to a new W2K8 Server (Windows 2008 Server) and SQL 2008 Server.  And if I ever have to do it again, I will check with these notes. The greatest secret in technical life (and may be wider) is to change before you have to.  Anticipate and change before circumstances force you.  For a long time I was planning this migration, but I didn’t expect to go through so many hurdles and error messages.  Luckily, I found solutions that seem logical and clean.  So, let’s go into step-by-step details. COPY DATABASE AND SITES – Backup…

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