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i have downloaded premiumsoft mysql studio. When i wanted to start the service it promting me "error for performing specified action"
anyone can help me with this.... Thanks in advance
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seems like you don't have any luck with sql :roll:
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thomas_sum wrote:
i have downloaded premiumsoft mysql studio. When i wanted to start the service it promting me "error for performing specified action"
anyone can help me with this.... Thanks in advance


What's premiumsoft mysql studio? :?
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PremiumSoft MySQL Studio is a set of graphical database management and monitoring tools for MySQL database systems. For whatever needs you have from basic website updates and database server monitoring to backup/restore files, you will find the solution in PremiumSoft MySQL Studio.


*don't know*
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Anyones here knows how to use Apache....
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seems like onones here can't help me.....

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Yeah but I do not see any Apache question here.
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i have this error in my apache error.log

Code: [ Select ]
Mon Aug 25 13:30:49 2003] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] File does not exist: c:/program files/apache group/apache/htdocs/cfide/main/ide.cfm


what do i have to do?
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Is this related to the topic of this post? or something not related?
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yup is related to the topic of this post....
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so when you try to run the studio you get the failure error and it puts that in the log right?

My best bet would be to see if that file exists!
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i have checked that the file does exist but i still get the prom from the error log
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First off, I've done a LOT of MySQL work, but I've never heard of the topiced software. Whatever your trying to do can probably be done with something else.

Second, if the file exists, then there's the possibility that your HD is formatted NTFS (your obviously running windows, first mistake... lol). I'd check the file permissionsto see if it's world readable.. err... whatever the "world" user is in NTFS.
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Second, if the file exists, then there's the possibility that your HD is formatted NTFS (your obviously running windows, first mistake... lol). I'd check the file permissionsto see if it's world readable.. err... whatever the "world" user is in NTFS.


i don quite understand this could u explain more detail. Thanks

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