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MySQl problem

MySQl problem

by jerafini » 10. February 2009 15:36

Re: MySQl problem

by jerafini » 10. February 2009 15:41

hi pls help out.

how can i delete the password in the my.ini.Setup. curser can’t go in

Re: MySQl problem

by Wiedmann » 10. February 2009 16:27

Re: MySQl problem

by sv_vanan » 03. September 2009 10:15

I’m beginner to Xampp, i’ve created the database (helpdesk) using localhost\phpMyadmin and can see the database files in MySQL->Data folder. Then i’ve created the user interface in localhost\index.php, now the problem is i can’t save the data from the user interface to the database. Anyone can advice why i can’t connect to the database?

Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: Can’t connect to MySQL server on ‘localhost’ (10061) in C:\xampp\htdocs\registerprocess.php on line 3
Could not connect: Can’t connect to MySQL server on ‘localhost’ (10061)

The config.php file that i’ve used is as below:

The registerprocess.php is as below:

Re: MySQl problem

by Altrea » 03. September 2009 10:37

connect to a mysql_server without a mysql_login_user will be very difficult

instead of an empty string
or better, create a new user with password in phpmyadmin

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Re: MySQl problem

by Wiedmann » 03. September 2009 11:52

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