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phpmyadmin mysql INSERT statement syntax error
The string value you're inserting into the email filed needs to be quoted. Also, the names of the table and columns shouldn't be quoted. The query should look like this: INSERT INTO members (username, password, fname, email, contactnum) VALUES (2, 2, 2, 'have@gmail.com', 1) Note that the first three fields you're changing are declared as varchar, so you should be inserting strings into them as well. The reason you're not getting errors for trying to insert integers into varchar fields is that in some cases the wrong data type can be automatically converted. I think it's better practice not to rely on implicit type conversions, to avoid errors and unexpected results, so the query really should be written this way: INSERT INTO members (username, password, fname, email, contactnum) VALUE

Categories : SQL

How to remove "CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS" statement from Export in phpMyAdmin 4?
This behavior did not happen by default in version 3. A quick fix, actually a hack and thus not the desirable solution, is to edit the export class file located in libraries/plugins/export/ExportSql.class.php and force the CREATE and USE statements to be commented out by adding "-- " before them, as such: Line 709 $create_query = '-- CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS ' Line 734 '-- USE ' . PMA_Util::backquoteCompat($db, $compat) Edit: There's a drawback, and that is if you export one or more entire databases (not just some or all the tables inside a database), then the CREATE and USE statements appear commented also.

Categories : Mysql

PHP-MySQLi Prepared Statement not working in code but working is PHPMyAdmin
A prepared statement would look like this SELECT `id` FROM `registgrations` WHERE `email` = :email AND `license_type` = :license_type Checkout the PDO manual docs to learn how to use it. http://php.net/manual/en/class.pdostatement.php

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Warning: Unsafe statement written to the binary log using statement format since BINLOG_FORMAT = STATEMENT
There is no way to rewrite the sql to not throw that error message. Any sort of order will throw that message as the slave might have different rows then the master. mixed will solve it, as it will only switch to row based replication when a statement is not safe to replicate with statement.

Categories : Mysql

many to many database phpmyadmin
A many to many relationship in a normal relational database, like MySQL, is normally constructed using a cross link table. That is a table that links to records in the other tables together. For instance, when you've got tables A and B, you create a third table, C, which can look (very simplified) like this: A B C == == ==== A1 B1 A1B3 A2 B2 A2B1 A3 B3 A2B2 A3B2 So in this cross link table, you can see that record A2 is linked to two records in B, just as B2 is linked to two records in A. Of course, this schema is simplified. A1 is actually the keyfield of table A and A1B1 is a primary key that consists of two fields, one having a foreign key constraint to the key of table A and one having an FK to table B. It d

Categories : SQL

Got a error in Phpmyadmin
SQL queries must be separated by a semicolon. ALTER TABLE rooms ADD room_sell INT(9) ALTER TABLE rooms ADD room_price INT(9)` is not a single query, but two ALTER TABLE queries between wich the semicolon is missing. In particular, a line break is not sufficient to separater SQL queries.

Categories : Mysql

What does "ADD AUTO_INCREMENT value" mean in phpMyAdmin
If the "Add AUTO_INCREMENT value" and "Add constraints" checkboxes are checked, the new table should have the same next autoindex and constraints like the copied table. All the fields with AI get filled

Categories : Mysql

Monitoring in PhpMyAdmin
You might be able to see which queries are running from Status > Monitor, in a particular time range taken from the moving graph. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZRZoCsrKis starting at 6:00.

Categories : PHP

SQL Trigger in phpmyadmin
A trigger is not a cronjob, you can also make something like : CREATE TRIGGER my_first_trigger BEFORE INSERT employees FOR EACH ROW BEGIN IF NEW.id_employee = 55 THEN INSERT INTO special_employees VALUES (NEW.id_employee, NEW.name); END IF; END $$ You juste have to adapt this phpmyadmin-mysql query. Note : I said phpmyadmin-mysql query because actually "END $$" is used only with phpmyadmin. Normally, we use a system of delimiter.

Categories : SQL

How to set max_allowed_packet in phpmyadmin?
You will have to set this in MySQL as well .. Generally found here: /etc/mysql/my.cnf Example: max_allowed_packet = 16M If the server is not in your control, you are going to have to ask for access to said file.

Categories : Mysql

phpMyAdmin on GAE - Authentication
So you're seeing this error because the connection string you're using is not correct, and we don't know you're trying to connect to CloudSQL. If you're using mysql make sure you have the ':/cloudsql/' in front of the instance name. Didn't know that blog didn't accept comments - i'll fix that.

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How to sum value from one table in phpmyadmin
try to go with prepared Statements.... at least use separate database file $sqlSEND=mysql_query("SELECT sum(credit) FROM account WHERE integral_no ='$intergra'"); while($result = mysql_fetch_assoc($sqlSEND)){ echo $result['sum(credit)']; }

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cannot connect to phpMyAdmin
Check the following things. 1) In mysql server check the user you have created should have privilege for all the hosts.i.e., in your mysql.user table you have to check the following. ======================== user | passwd | host ========================= uname | passwd | **%** if the host is localhost please change it into '%'. 2) please check the port is opened for mysql in your connecting server by using telnet command It will help you to resolve the problem

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Access Database Without phpMyAdmin
In order to download the database script you don't need know where's phpmyadmin. If you know: username, password, hostname, and databasename, then you need just exec this from a terminal: mysqldump -u username -h hostname -p --single-transaction databasename > sqldb.sql And you'll got it into sqldb.sql script

Categories : Mysql

fix path for phpmyadmin in wampserver
php_memcache requires zlib to also be installed like it says on the freely available PHP web site php_memcache requirements

Categories : Apache

Trigger phpMyAdmin using variables
You can't write such a trigger anyway, updating the same table you're inserting into. When I tested your trigger, I got this: ERROR 1442 (HY000): Can't update table 'wp_posts' in stored function/trigger because it is already used by statement which invoked this stored function/trigger. The following should do the same thing as your trigger: CREATE TRIGGER lawyers BEFORE INSERT ON wp_posts FOR EACH ROW BEGIN IF (NEW.post_type = 'lawyers') THEN SET NEW.post_content = '<!--:en-->&nbsp;<!--:--><!--:ES-->&nbsp;<!--:-->'; END IF; END Answer: phpMyAdmin requires a special mode if you use CREATE TRIGGER or CREATE PROCEDURE. Below the SQL Query box, there's a small form field labeled Delimiter. Set this to $$. Enter your CREATE TRIGGER statement and

Categories : Mysql

XAMPP OS X PHPMyAdmin Error
Ran into the same problem. Whatever fragments of information I could find online led me to this discovery: Check your xamppfiles/etc/php.ini file and find the "session.save_path = " and uncomment that. Not sure how that one slipped through the cracks. UPDATE Sorry about not being specific. The first few instances are just examples within an instructional comment block. The one you want is at the end of that. here is a code snippet of the end of the comment block where you will find the line you need: ; where MODE is the octal representation of the mode. Note that this ; does not overwrite the process's umask. ; http://php.net/session.save-path session.save_path = "/tmp" <<<<<<----- THAT ONE.

Categories : Osx

Can't access phpmyadmin after installation
If you are sure that you do have lamp-stack just open up your terminal and type edit /etc/apache2/apache2.conf and paste the following at the end of file Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf You can also visit https://help.ubuntu.com/community/phpMyAdmin for more details.

Categories : Linux

phpMyAdmin can't export database
It says at the bottom PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 16777216 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 491520 bytes) in /usr/share/phpmyadmin/libraries/tcpdf/tcpdf.php on line 22694, Either your VPS is out of memory or your PHP settings are not allowing more than 16MB of memory to be allocated. Increase the memory in php.ini or just use mysqldump php.ini change memory_limit = 64M I strongly recomend using mysqldump though here is an extract from my backup script #!/bin/bash time=`date +%Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S` mysqldump -u mysqluser -pmysqlpassword --all-databases | 7za a -si database/backup-${time}.sql.7z -p7zpass That saves the backup in a 7zip file protected by the password 7zpass

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SQL crosstab query phpmyadmin
Do you mean like this: SELECT * FROM nsolistings INNER JOIN areas2013 ON areas2013.eacode=nsolistings.code AND nsolistings.status="selected"; This will join the two tables returning all columns and select the rows in which status is "selected". Sample: 1 | test | selected | 1 | 2| 3| Susan

Categories : Mysql

phpMyAdmin: what is the parameter null?
If the column has no meaning in the NULL state, or should not be NULL because it's a required column, or required reference to another table, make it NOT NULL. Otherwise, it doesn't really matter. Unless you need to store NULL values, it's somewhat arbitrary what you set.

Categories : Mysql

Cannot save a table in phpMyAdmin
The space character after the table name is what's causing the error. From MySQL documentation: Database, table, and column names cannot end with space characters

Categories : PHP

mysql foreign key using phpmyadmin
order is a MySQL reserved word (it's used in ORDER BY clauses), you have to enclose it in backticks if you want to use it as the name of a table or column. CREATE TABLE `order` ( Orderid INT NOT NULL, cost INT, CustId INT NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY(Orderid), INDEX (CustId), FOREIGN KEY (CustId) REFERENCES customer (CustId) ); You'll have to remember to put it in backticks whenever you reference it in a query. You'll save yourself lots of trouble if you simply choose a different name for the table.

Categories : Mysql

phpMyAdmin mbstring error
check your php.ini file in the root directory of your php installation. In the extensions part of the configuration you should find: ;extension=php_mbstring.dll remove the leading ';' to uncomment and enable the extension so it looks like this: extension=php_mbstring.dll restart your apache and it should work. Edit: I just read that you are already using a webhost. Does your webhost have a interface where you can set php variables etc? Or a .ini file you can edit? If not you may are forced to talk to the webhost and ask them to enable that particular extension.

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PHPMyAdmin Not Allowing Connection
127.0.0.1 is the same as localhost and refers to your actual computer. If you try to connect to 127.0.0.1, phpMyAdmin tries to open a connection to the local MySQL Server(which only exists on the one machine, you installed it..) If you want a central MySQL Server, you have to use the correct ip adress(can be determined with ifconfig/ipconfig) and use that one. Second, you have to allow foreign connection to this server. The default behavior is to only allow Connections from 127.0.0.1(which is only the MySQL Server machine). To allow root access from foreign machines, you have to edit the mysql.ini file which contains as far as i know a property which disallow connections to root from foreign machines.

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PHPmyadmin INNoDB Restore
Ok!!!!! If anyone faces this problem, Please kindly use this link. Follow the process as it was described. http://www.techhack.co.uk/2011/12/30/restore-mysql-database-from-frm-files/ In my own case, it worked for me perfectly. Im so much happy right now.

Categories : Mysql

403 error of phpmyadmin on ubuntu 12.04
First try to add Options FollowSymLinks before AllowOverride None Also here is a tip: If you created a symbolic link with a root user in example, then you might get that error because original resource is maybe somebody's else but link is owned by root. This usually happens on C-Panel hostings of course. I'm not sure it will happen under Ubuntu.

Categories : Ubuntu

Problems using phpMyAdmin from iPhone
You can try MySQL Quick Admin http://www.fusionswift.com/mysql-quick-admin/ "..is a essentially a light weight version of PHPMyAdmin.."

Categories : Iphone

Access from PHPMyAdmin to Amazon RDS on Mac
It sounds like you may not have your local IP address in the DB security group that your RDS instance belongs to. Go to the RDS section of the AWS Management Console. On the lefthand side of the page, click on "DB Instances". Select the instance you are trying to access and make a note of which security group it belongs to. Now, on the lefthand side of the page, click on "DB Security Groups". Select that the security group you made a note of. One the bottom of the page there should be a form field that says CIDR. Below it you will see the best estimate for the CIDR of your local machine. Copy and paste that into the CIDR box and click the Add button. Now try accessing the database from your local machine.

Categories : Osx

changing the phpmyadmin default url
phpMyAdmin default Apache configuration Alias /phpmyadmin /usr/share/phpmyadmin Change that to phpMyAdmin default Apache configuration Alias /anyname /usr/share/phpmyadmin Then make sure to restart Apache sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Categories : Linux

localhost/phpmyadmin 404 error
Solved with @Jamie Taylor comment: try changing *.conf to apache.conf. Then get 403 response forbidden, and solved it by adding: Order allow,deny Allow from all to <Directory "/usr/share/phpmyadmin"> </Directory> in /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf And don't forget to uncomment: $cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = TRUE; in /etc/phpmyadmin/config.inc.conf, if you want to use PHPMyAdmin without password (only localhost, of course).

Categories : Apache

PhpMyAdmin login screen
Go to WAMP folder. And search config.inc.php file. When you open that file, the file will have something like this: <?php /* Servers configuration */ $i = 0; /* Server: localhost [1] */ $i++; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['verbose'] = 'localhost'; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['host'] = 'localhost'; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['port'] = ''; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['socket'] = ''; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['connect_type'] = 'tcp'; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['extension'] = 'mysqli'; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'cookie'; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = 'root'; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = true; /* End of servers configuration */ $cfg['DefaultLang'] = 'en-utf-8'; $cfg['ServerDefault'] = 1; $cfg['UploadDir'] = ''; $cfg['SaveDir'] = ''; ?> Search for this line: $cfg['

Categories : Mysql

Can't access database through phpMyAdmin
If you just need access to your database and you know your login credentials, try using adminer: http://www.adminer.org/ It's just a single PHP file that you drop in to your web server, and doesn't have the history of security holes that phpMyAdmin does. We've replaced all our phpMyAdmin installs with adminer on both MySQL and Postgres and it works great.

Categories : Mysql

Sync databases using PhpMyAdmin
You can do this within php pretty easily...here are the scripts I use SYNCING $account_tables = $Db_stage->run("SELECT table_name, table_rows FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = '".$Init->container["Config"]->dbName."' ORDER BY table_name"); $production_tables = $Db_production->run("SELECT table_name, table_rows FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = '".$dbName."' ORDER BY table_name"); foreach ($account_tables as $account_table){ $dbDrop = "/usr/bin/mysql -u ".$Init->container["Config"]->dbUser." -p".$Init->container["Config"]->dbPassword." ".$Init->container["Config"]->dbName." -e 'drop table `".$account_table["table_name"]."`'"; echo "DROP ".$account_table["table_name"]."<br/>"; //echo $dbDrop."<b

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URL and phpmyadmin auto increments
I had to approach an issue similar to this when doing our commerce system at work. The way we handled it was to provide a hash of the values that users have in their query.. If you for encrypt the query string against a salt and make your urls /product.php?id=1&hash=ajk23j4aksdljfklasdjf2345j - Then on product.php verify that the hash matches up correctly. If the hashes do not match up it means the user has changed something.

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Getting password from CPANEL using phpmyadmin
If your website is working you can probably find the mysql user/password in the config.php file in your wordpress filesystem. Otherwise: Your best option is probably to add a user to the database and give it the needed privileges, to do that: Click MySQL databases. Create new user. Assign new user to your database. Edit config.php on your wordpress filesystem and change to the new username. This is sub optimal, but will work.

Categories : Mysql

Same query, different results in php vs phpmyadmin- Why?
$query = "SELECT user_id, SUM(num_actions) as action FROM pro_actions GROUP BY user_id ORDER BY action DESC"; if ($result = $db->query($query)) { $count = 0; // this is the total of all employee actions. which adds up correctly! while ($row = mysqli_fetch_array($result)) { $count += $row['action']; echo '<tr><td>'; echo $row['user_id']; echo '</td><td>'; echo $row['action']; echo '</td></tr>'; //tag mismatch } $result->free(); }

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What would be a fix or migration for phpMyAdmin's 20,000 row limitation and is anything really unstable?
If you're using InnoDB tables, approximate counts are one of its "things", as described here. It has nothing really to do with phpMyAdmin. phpMyAdmin is just a frontend for the database and it relies on the data given by the database; if the database can only supply approximate counts quickly, then that's it. And since phpMyAdmin is only a tool to simplify basic interactions with the database, I don't see the big issue. It shouldn't be your primary tool to browse through 800 pages of data to begin with. But, if you'd follow the hints provided by phpMyAdmin, you'd end up with a solution here.

Categories : PHP

phpmyadmin mcrypt extension is missing
According to this post, you should edit /etc/php.d/mcrypt.ini and change ; Enable mcrypt extension module extension=module.so to ; Enable mcrypt extension module extension=mcrypt.so and then restart.

Categories : Linux

mysql collation is fine for phpmyadmin but not for sql
First of all: You are barking up the wrong tree. Your problem is not collation (or you have not yet found out so), but encoding. in the tables on your connection I recommend you start debugging by putting a query like SET NAMES 'UTF8' at the start of your PHP scripts. Quite likely, this will make the immediate problem "go away", giving you a foot in the door for a more permanent fix.

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