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First off, Will a java applet run in iPage? Looking forward for any comment. Another question I got... When I clicked on the Admin Tool I get this error:.

1146 - Table 'db254436483.administrators' doesn't exist.

Can someone help?.

Thanks..

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The answer is Yes, although you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm my answer as I am not sure. Better yet, why don't you ask the iPage guys because they can help better...

Comment #1

Yes this was from a fresh install....I created my database and everything....I can go to the site...but the admin tool is showing error.. Here is everything it said 1146 - Table 'db254436483.administrators' doesn't exist.

Select id from administrators limit 1.

[TEP STOP].

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Joope.

: 25 August 2008, 19:30..

Comment #2

And I just noticed this warning: Warning: mysql_num_rows(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /homepages/20/d248776989/htdocs/store/osc/install/includes/functions/database.php on line 39.

After I finished the installation..

Comment #3

Hmmm - that is really odd..

Did you get a copy from your web host, or download it from oscommerce?.

Rob..

Comment #4

Well I have clean it off the server a couple of times. Deleted the database as well. I download this from the oscommerce iPage site and the one I download that came with a template as well..

When I do go to my server it does show the option of using myphp that I can click on and go to..

I am clueless...on this one.....

Comment #5

When I clicked on the Admin Tool I get this error:.

1146 - Table 'db254436483.administrators' doesn't exist.

Can someone help?.

Thanks..

Comment #6

Is this from a fresh install?.

It sounds like you have upgrade from MS2.2 to RC1 or something, without updating the database..

The post MS2.2 admin has an administrators login functionality which MS2.2 did not, that;d be my guess..

Rob..

Comment #7


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