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    Posted: Nov 12 2018 at 1:33pm
I have created a site with the 4 User packs 10-40. 
Since my host does not support SQLite, I opted for MySQL for the database and configured it. 
Locally, I am able to use the pages but when I upload it to the web server, I get a Database Connection error 

MySQL Database - Connection Error: Unknown MySQLi error
Check connection parameters (user, password etc.) 

I tried importing the oedb.db through PhpMyAdmin but I get a Syntax error on line 1 where the database is initialised as "SQLite format 3". 

Any suggestions please ?
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My error log shows Access denied due to syntax error at Line 415 of file - WEFiles/Server/DB/DBTools/OEDBRequest.php
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On line 387 just below the "Overiddable functions" 
this protected function is commented out

/*protected function _getConnectParams() {
if (OESQLBase::isLocalDB()) {
global $oeLoginMySQL_Local; if (!isset($oeLoginMySQL_Local)) return null;
return $oeLoginMySQL_Local;
} else {
global $oeLoginMySQL; if (!isset($oeLoginMySQL)) return null;
return $oeLoginMySQL;
}
return null;
}*/

If I remove the /* & */ I see a different error

User management system is not yet initialized. First, open the Administration page in browser to initialize data.

If I try to access admin page via the address bar, the Admin page opens up, but the User List is empty, and even record 1 for Admin is showing status as "error" and I cannot proceed further. If I try the "Edit Admin Account" link it gives me a 404 error. 


Edited by skb - Nov 17 2018 at 10:32am
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Hi,

Please check whether you have MySQLi (attention to "i") installed on your server. If you only have plain MySQL it won't work
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I have MySQL. But Iíve managed to install phplite and use the pages with a SQLite database.

My other question is Iím developing a responsive site without a template.
When I add the php pages will the responsiveness be lost.
Should I drag the packs into the group of elements after cloning a responsive page OR the php pages will remain unresponsive while thr HTML pages will continue to be responsive.

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There's no impact of the page type to their responsive behavior, a PHPpage just adds a possibility to execute PHP code it contains on opening, the rest remains unchanged. The packs won't break your responsive design, you may just need to style pack elements accordingly.
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