save multiple records within subform

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Re: save multiple records within subform

Postby kev1n » Wed Sep 09, 2020 3:20 am

I'm not sure if I understand you correctly: If you just run the export, is the export file empty?
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Re: save multiple records within subform

Postby benritter » Wed Sep 09, 2020 4:01 am

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I get this message when opening phpmyadmin. When I click the little "create" link, a "loading" window flashes for 1 second and disappears.
The second sreenshot is right before hitting "go" to export the DB. After that the circle just goes around.....
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Re: save multiple records within subform

Postby kev1n » Wed Sep 09, 2020 4:12 am

Well, this is an issue of phpMyAdmin, not nuBuilder. But I would google for the error message "configuration of pmadb... not ok" and there are plenty of results that show how to fix the issue, like

http://techies-world.com/phpmyadmin-ins ... stallation.
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Re: save multiple records within subform

Postby benritter » Thu Sep 10, 2020 11:15 pm

Update: I tried those instructions re. "pma" password and permissions without success. It seems like a common issue with phpMyadmin. But the standard advice is to go into phpMyadmin/config.inc.php and change user and password permissions. However, xampp sets up it's own version of this so the code is different. In the end I had to uninstall/reinstall xampp. Now it seems to be working. At least I can do a DB export. I had to start over my project from scratch, but it's probably cleaner this way. Practice makes perfect!
thanks,
-Ben
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