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.I have downloaded the upgrade paypall to my desktop,

do Inow unzip the files and upload them to the server and overwrite the old

paypall files??

 

 

the paypall install files tells me to.Use phpMyAdmin and run the file paypal.sql.

were is the phpMy admin ,the php files were already set up by my host.??

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paypall shopping cart IPN.

 

.I have downloaded the upgrade paypall to my desktop,

do Inow unzip the files and upload them to the server and overwrite the old

paypall files??

the paypall install files tells me to.Use phpMyAdmin and run the file paypal.sql.

were is the phpMy admin ,the php files were already set up by my host.??

 

It should be in the control panel of your Host. If you dont have access to it then you could always ask them to do it.

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Mail

 

Webmail

 

Change Password

 

Parked Domains

 

Addon Domains

 

 

FTP Manager

 

File Manager

 

Disk usage

 

Backup

 

Password Protect Directories

 

 

Error pages

 

Subdomains

 

MySQL Databases

 

PostgreSQL Databases

 

Redirects

 

 

Frontpage Extensions

 

Web/FTP Stats

 

Raw Access Logs

 

Raw Log Manager

 

Error log

 

 

Subdomain Stats

 

Search Engine Submit

 

Chatroom

 

PhpMyChat

 

Bulletin Board

 

 

CGI Center

 

Scripts Library

 

Agora Shopping Cart

 

Cron jobs

 

Network Tools

 

 

MIME Types

 

Apache Handlers

 

Manage OpenPGP Keys

 

HotLink Protection

 

Index Manager

 

 

IP Deny Manager

 

SSL Manager

 

Submit a Support Request

 

Image Manager

 

Boxtrapper

 

 

Leech Protect

 

Stats Configuration

 

Virus Scan

 

 

Fantastico

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are the only files I have access to in my controll panel on my host server,plus the files that I UPLOAD TO THE SERVER

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Check in the MySQL Databases, thhere may be an option to run the file, or if it lets you type in a Query then just open the file in Wordpad and cut and paste it into the file.

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