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Not Solved [How To?] I want to change my MySQL domain
#1
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I want to change my MySQL domain

It is possible ? and how exactly?

I want to change the domain on my existing mysql database,

Can you help me ??

Thanks....
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#2
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can you clarify your requirement - what exactly you you want to change ?
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#3
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(2020-07-01, 09:26 AM).m. Wrote: can you clarify your requirement - what exactly you you want to change ?

hi

i have a  mysql for me that i saved, my forum posts, spreadsheet, and i want to change the domain there from the old one to the new one


how can i do this to phpmyadmin? or where can it be?


Thx.
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#4
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Let's see if I have this right.  You saved a mysql backup from a forum hosted in one domain, and want to move it to another host in a different domain?  In other words, you're moving hosts?  If correct - this doc is a good starting point - link.

The spreadsheet reference is a little confusing though?

cheers...
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(2020-07-02, 11:26 AM)nixer55 Wrote: Let's see if I have this right.  You saved a mysql backup from a forum hosted in one domain, and want to move it to another host in a different domain?  In other words, you're moving hosts?  If correct - this doc is a good starting point - link.

The spreadsheet reference is a little confusing though?

cheers...

hi yes !


and I'm need domain change for sql table , may ??

Thx...
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#6
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SQL query can be like this
update `mybb_settings` set `value` = "required domain link" where `name` = "bburl";
edit: do not use / (slash) for the domain link.

cookie settings also need corresponding changes
update `mybb_settings` set `value` = "/" where `name` = "cookiepath";
update `mybb_settings` set `value` = ".domainname.com" where `name` = "cookiedomain";

[SQL queries guidance]
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(2020-07-03, 02:31 PM).m. Wrote: SQL query can be like this
update `mybb_settings` set `value` = "required domain link" where `name` = "bburl";

[SQL queries guidance]

Thank you
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