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First question I got is How can I redirect my iPage domain to my twitter? Hoping for any answer or 2. My other question... Hi there,.

I have run into a problem where I have removed and tried to restore an install of OSC 2.2 and found that when I restored what I considered to be the data (data.sql) it only had the default information in it plus the config data created by the install script (Fantastico)..

For the life of me I cant seem to find the physical file where the product data is stored..

When I go to phpmyadmin I have 1 database called "furhat_shop" and this does have the data I want in it. however I cannot tell the physical filename..

Is there anyway of finding this out? I am afraid of making any errors as I cant seem to get it back :-(.

Cheers.

Steven..

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

Cheers Mibble,.

My configure.php has this:.

Define('DB_SERVER', 'localhost').

Define('DB_DATABASE', 'furhat_shop');.

But I cant see anything that corresponds..

Any ideas?.

Cheers.

Steven..

Comment #2

Furhat_shop is the database name, you should be able to access it with mysql connector or phpmyadmin, if you have the password..

All you have to do is set the username and password for that database into the configure.php file and all the data is back..

Comment #3

Cheers again,.

I am able to get in and see all of the data OK. Possibly this is not actually a problem as my concern is that I cannot find the data in any .sql file for example..

I have reentered the data so production wise things are OK, but this is more for future reference..

Is there a file ie furhat_shop.sql that has the data stored in it?.

Cheers.

Steven..

Comment #4

Would be on the server backup files, if you ovwerwrote the database via the install process, if the host has one. I know I do three backups a day on my servers, unfortunately most hosts do not do that (you get what you pay for)..

Comment #5

Hi there,.

I have run into a problem where I have removed and tried to restore an install of OSC 2.2 and found that when I restored what I considered to be the data (data.sql) it only had the default information in it plus the config data created by the install script (Fantastico)..

For the life of me I cant seem to find the physical file where the product data is stored..

When I go to phpmyadmin I have 1 database called "furhat_shop" and this does have the data I want in it. however I cannot tell the physical filename..

Is there anyway of finding this out? I am afraid of making any errors as I cant seem to get it back :-(.

Cheers.

Steven..

Comment #6

Do you have your original configure.php files? that will give you the names of the databases. also, did you ever do a backup of the store locally? or to the server itself? if you just overwrote, but did not delete the files during reinstall, the backups will still be in the admin/backups folder..

Comment #7


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