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This is what I did, you may not have to. I'm sure some of this may not be accurate however I tested this on two machines running Windows XP SP2 and both times this worked. Build a store, a gallery, or a web-based email solution. It work for me.. Source
An Unidentified Error Has Occurred Dreamweaver Mysql Connection
My server is localhost and my passwords are ok but I can't 'see' the mysql databases. most likely that you can't connect has to do with your local ip address. Neither worked. Browse other questions tagged mysql dreamweaver or ask your own question.
How does the Booze-Rat fuel its defensive mechanism? I also tryed the fix indicated in the link you gave me and it still doesn't work. is it my server set, php or mysql setup?? An Unidentified Error Has Occurred Ps Now FYI, the displaying code thing means that PHP is not configured correctly in your httpd.conf file for Apache.
now in your new post you say you can't connect using mysql's admin program. This was fully functional. r.mcinteer Guest April 23rd,04:37 AM #4 Re: An unidentified error has occurred. go to this web-site I'm not responsible for anything you do to your machine.
But it wont install, keeps reading "Dreamweaver MX not in the directory." It is in the appropriate directory. just some1 Guest March 26th,03:36 PM #7 Re: An unidentified error has occurred. http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/how-do-i-enable-remote-access-to-mysql-database-server.html Once you allow mysql remote connection, you can login into mysql from dreamweaver console. This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers.
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Much appreciate any thing on thischeersJohncheersJohnMySql - Apache - PHP - Dreamweaver MX Replies bryandaniel Replied 05 Mar 2006 17:15:06 After 2 grueling days of trying to figure this out, I Posts: 12 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts A unidentified error has occured. An Unidentified Error Has Occurred Dreamweaver Mysql Connection I have at least 5 books on how to set this up and they all say the same thing, this is not working. Your Php Server Doesn't Have The Mysql Module Loaded Dreamweaver Need technical support?
I hope this helps. this contact form you need to enable it. On your computer or on server? Thanks for you help by the way! How To Connect Dreamweaver To Mysql Database
One interesting note is that when I try and veiw php pages in Mozilla Firefox I get nothing but code. Join our community Sign In Dreamweaver ExtensionsSuper Suite Get all extensions for one suite price Design Extender Design and create unlimited websites Data Bridge Develop database-driven websites eCart Build a To add to your PATH (Windows XP Pro):a. have a peek here The problem is that after you complete the tutorial instructions, both pages display as blank pages in your Internet browser.
Connection name: I just give it a random name. When I attempted to test the connection, I got the "An unidentified error has occurred." I am desperate! I did so and my host, Bluehost.com verified that everything needed is in my account there.
The problem is with PHP, not DWMX 2004.
Dreamweaver uses the OLD password system. Thanks for your help. Under HOME DIRECTORY change the Execute Permissions to ‘scripts only'.e. Make sure you have your php.ini file set up to work with MySQL too. #4 (permalink) December 8th, 2004, 07:57 PM malachany Authorized User Join Date: Dec 2004
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By Carlian in forum Macromedia Exchange Dreamweaver Extensions Replies: 1 Last Post: July 7th, 03:47 AM Testing MySQL connection *UNIDENTIFIED ERROR* By sarienya in forum Dreamweaver AppDev Replies: 50 Last Post: This is done by deleting the leading ; from the extension(s) you want to load. This was fully functional. When I am in dreamweaver and try to setup the MySQL connection with the database it gives me a message that reads, "A unidentified error has occured.".
It just says an unidentified error has occured. Reason: typo Featured Client: Hot Stone Massage Instruction Web Design | Dreamweaver Templates | Free Website Make-Over Aug 30, 2005,18:27 #2 longneck View Profile View Forum Posts reads the ********* Crier Please ignore the underlines.) SUMMARIZING 4 TROUBLESHOOTING POINTS FOR MYSQL CONNECTION 1) In Dreamweaver, go to Sites/Manage Sites/Advanced, in “Testing Server,” be sure to configure URL prefix: http://localhost/ .... Thanks everyone for all the help. -Jerry #5 (permalink) December 21st, 2004, 02:15 PM morykon Registered User Join Date: Dec 2004 Location: , , .
Maybe SQL server is refusing outside connections. –Dejan Marjanovic Apr 13 '11 at 15:16 1 @webarto - in fairness to @Pongy, Dreamweaver will allow you to connect to a MySQL Contact Us - Wrox - Privacy Statement - Top Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. I tried few different suggestions but none of them work. What in the world could be causing that?
Aug 30, 2005,18:34 #3 Impressions View Profile View Forum Posts SitePoint Enthusiast Join Date Oct 2003 Location Everett, Washington Posts 91 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) Originally Posted by longneck Click on the "Advanced" tabc. Why won't this program connect? 0 Sign in to reply to this post 8/31/2011 2:43 pm|#2 Jason ByrnesWebAssist Most likely there is an issue with the Testing Server Settings in the Kind regards Pongy mysql dreamweaver share|improve this question edited Apr 13 '11 at 15:14 Dejan Marjanovic 14.6k43758 asked Apr 13 '11 at 15:12 Raz 591313 Does your webhost allow
now in your new post you say you can't connect using mysql's admin program. I've done all this already and googled it galore. 266858 Sign in to reply to this post 8/31/2011 3:55 pm|#4 Jason ByrnesWebAssist the problem is in the Testing Server settings of I would be grateful for any suggestions! I use Appserv for running my PHP machine, and that ERROR still show.
the steps in that link for resetting the password using the OLD_PASSWORD() is what you would need to do if that is the case. Under ISAPI FILTERS, add a new ISAPI FILTER. Please user our contact form. This forum is now closed to new posts, but you can browse existing content.