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Old 02-15-2006, 03:46 AM   #1
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Default amfphp tutorial - posts.sql?

I got through (and understood) the first part of the amfphp tute but can't get the local bulletinboard to work.

I am using XAMPP and had no problem with the talk.fla demo - my NetConnection debugger worked as well.

I assume that the posts.sql file is important for setting up the local db. Do I just drop that file in the services directory? Are there any other hoops I need to jump through to initialize the db?

Also, on the remote bulletin board I can read in lots of bb message entries but can't post. Looking at the dates on the msg's it looks like the db hasn't had a new entry in weeks.

Love the tutorial, now to get it all to work!
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Old 02-15-2006, 02:28 PM   #2
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Well...as far as the "new entry" problem on the tutorial bulletin board...look for the "next" button and scroll through the entry pages. You'll eventually find your posts and posts from lots of others...at least several every day.

I'm sorry I dunno how to help you with the actual problem though...
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