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jamescalvin

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Hi All,

 

OK, my question is this. I don't currently have a database with the company hosting my website. Would I still be able to use PHP MyAdmin and set up the database that way? Or does my hosting company need to set something up on their end? Also, once I do install PHPMyAdmin, can I edit my tables using MySQLCC or should everything be done in phpMyAdmin?? I tried doing a search on this but I didn't quite get the answer I was looking for. Thanks

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First off, your going to need a database reguardless, no database then no osCommerce. But yeah, if you can clarify one thing I'll be able to better assist, do you mean you don't have a database like "I don't have a MySQL database software installed" or do you mean "I have created a database for saving the information in"

 

Answer which one and I'll assist you further.

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Hi All,

 

OK, my question is this.  I don't currently have a database with the company hosting my website.  Would I still be able to use PHP MyAdmin and set up the database that way?  Or does my hosting company need to set something up on their end?

 

Your hosting company would need to create a database for you and assign it a user for access.

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