Author Topic: How to run a SQL mysql.sql file for plugin "rc-calendar"?  (Read 10657 times)

Offline freebird

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How to run a SQL mysql.sql file for plugin "rc-calendar"?
« Reply #30 on: August 19, 2010, 04:51:46 AM »
I see there are a few different kinds of Calendar extensions for php sites... However, I'm not sure which to choose, or how to go about, so I could use a little direction. The business I work for is wanting to have a calendar on its site that connects to the MySql database. One that logs information to the database when it's entered, and shows it still there for access or download. I'm not sure if this even exists in a dreamweaver extension, etc, any help would be appreciated!!

Offline klc

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I have the same question - how does on 'run the sql file'
« Reply #31 on: August 26, 2010, 06:40:49 PM »
None of the answers in this thread have seemed very helpful. I tried going into the database via myPhpAdmin and importing the file, but that didn't do anything. What did the person mean by 'upload the file to myPhpAdmin?

If anyone knows how to do this and can post CLEAR (and hopefully simple)  instructions, it would be most appreciated.