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    I installed foxserv to help me with learning PHP. Well, I am having a problem or two.

    I can creat a database and tables but they are not showing up in the dropdown on the left. But, the will show up if I click the link 'database statistics'

    Additionally, when I dump data or table they never seem to go. I don't get an error but I will see data in the table.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    Doug

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    Check your config.inc.php file, specifically $cfg['Servers'][$i]['only_db'] should be null (i.e. = ''; ).

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    That Seems to be fine. I tried totally uninstalling foxserv and deleting folders it left behind. Still old test databases were there and the same problems were there as well.


    ???!!!???!!

    Doug

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    Whenever you make a change to a table in phpmyadmin, you need to click on the "reload server" link if you have the permission to do so -- otherwise you can't expect to see the changes you wrought..

    The MySQL server maintains a cache -- which is why lookups are so quick -- but you need to flush the cache to see big changes.

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