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moved to another server/domain and things R weird

Discussion in 'Installation / Upgrade Questions' started by Amelia Pereira, Oct 4, 2009.

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  1. Amelia Pereira

    Amelia Pereira New Member

    Hi,I just transfered the calendar to another server/domain. After installation I get this message.
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    There was an error reading data from the mySQL database.

    However, the connection to the database was successful!

    Please click to run the installation script, setupSQL.php to set up the database.

    The error was reported as:

    Table 'aescsept_calend.epc_calendar' doesn't exist


    No events will be saved until this issue is resolved.

    I click on yhe link and get the message that things have been fized but the calendar gets weird.
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    Any suggestions?
    http://96.30.16.96/~aescsept/agese/
     
  2. ve9gra

    ve9gra Support Team

    From that link, the calendar does show up but without the CSS, so you probably have a path issue. As well, because you're using an IP address, you'll probably have an issue with the license, but that will get fixed when you domain name is updated to your new IP.
     
  3. Amelia Pereira

    Amelia Pereira New Member

    OK ve9gra, I'm expecting to have the domain name ready tomorrow or tuesday. So instead of trying to solve things, I'll wait.
    Thanks.
     
  4. Amelia Pereira

    Amelia Pereira New Member

    yep, as soon as my domain got stable and I stopped using the temporary IP access, the calendar got normal again. But I had to delete the calendar directory and reinstal it. Works fine now! Thanks:kitty:
     
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