Synchronization script renamed my folder. Is that suppose to happen.

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  1. shem, Member

    On installation #1 I ran the synchronization tool from the "home" directory.
    My reports were under the home directory in two folders
    One named "Helper Report Procedures"
    The other named "SummaryAndDetailsLinked Completed"

    I ran the script (copy and paste) in a phpMyAdmin window on installation #2
    The "Helper Report Procedures" folder was created with the correct name.
    However, the "SummaryAndDetailsLinked Completed" folder got renamed to "myDBR Sync" with the Description:
    Temporary folder for new myDBR sync reports

    Is that suppose to happen?
    Was there some kind of error/problem?
    Can I just rename it my original name?

  2. myDBR Team, Key Master

    Looks like the whole script has not been executed. Run the synchronisation script from myDBR, the phpMyAdmin is not the best tool for the job.

    You can rename the 'myDBR Sync' folder.

    myDBR Team

  3. shem, Member

    Maybe I don't understand the complete capabilities of the synchronization script .

    My understanding, is whatever installation one is on, one clicks on the synchronization link, and then when one presses "run" it displays all the MySQL code on the browser which in effect "Exports" what was on that first installation.

    How do "Run the synchronisation script from myDBR" on the 2nd installation such that I am importing code?

  4. myDBR Team, Key Master

    The synchronisation script is pure SQL script that you can run from any client that handles running multiple queries.

    To do it in myDBR, copy the script to the SQL Editor in the second installation and click 'Execute'.
    myDBR Team


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