how downgrade phpmyadmin?

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how downgrade phpmyadmin?

Postby roamnticode » 25. May 2006 04:21

can i downgrade phpmyadmin on new xammp? my server use phpMyAdmin-2.6.4-pl4, my xammp use 1.7.0.

or can somebody tell me xamp version that has phpMyAdmin-2.6.4-pl4?
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Postby Wiedmann » 25. May 2006 05:04

my server use phpMyAdmin-2.6.4-pl4, my xammp use 1.7.0.

Where is the problem wit this situation?

BTW:
can i downgrade phpmyadmin on new xammp?

Download an older phpMyAmdin and extract ist. (you can use the config.inc.php from XAMPP)
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Re: how downgrade phpmyadmin?

Postby roamnticode » 25. May 2006 12:59

roamnticode wrote:can i downgrade phpmyadmin on new xammp? my server use phpMyAdmin-2.6.4-pl4, my xammp use 1.7.0.


Sorry i mean 2.6.4-pl2

Wiedmann wrote:Where is the problem wit this situation?


The problem is, i can't import my sql file from v1.7.0's export. it's say error.
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Postby Wiedmann » 25. May 2006 14:43

The problem is, i can't import my sql file from v1.7.0's export. it's say error.

This have nothing to do with phpMyAmdin, because phpMyAdmin is not MySQL.

IMHO you have different MySQL versions...
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Postby Naneau » 29. May 2006 12:56

THe problem is probably caused by different mysql versions, which in itself has nothing to do with phpmyadmin. However, you can change the 'compatiblity mode' in which phpmyadmin exports it's files. See the dropdown box in the phpmyadmin 'export' for that.

Newer mysql versions use things like 'collations', 'charsets' and other scary words, which will confuse older versions. You should use 'mysql32' or 'mysql4', if you want to export to a server that uses an earlier version of mysql.

If you really do want to change your phpmyadmin, just download an older version from the web and unpack it in your webroot somewhere. You could use the config file from xampp, or edit the one that comes with the download. It shouldn't be too difficult.

also see >> http://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?t=18078
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