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Re: Two MySQL Servers same network different versions
Posted by: Tanya Crawford
Date: October 01, 2018 07:56AM

Peter Brawley Wrote:
> > How do I edit my own replies?
> Not supported, I think the idea is that editing an
> old post can make following a conversation
> impossible.

> > I suspect it might have something to do with
> the Excel Viewer
> Why?

I guess I didn't explain it very clearly. When I first revisited this I was going to use MS Access because that is the DB was originally written in. When attempting to install the Access Engine 2010 x64 it complained about Excel viewer. I know this sounds unrelated, but bear with me,

I uninstalled excel viewer via control panel and that solved my AccessEngine install issue. However I was unable to get CF and Access working together. Architecture mismatch (Even though everything was x64)..

I had tinkered with MySQL about a year ago and decided to abandon MS Access... which was probably a sensible thing to do anyway..

All subsequent MySQL installs failed attempting to start the service. Reconfiguration attempts resulted in various other errors. It was not until I completely uninstalled Excel viewer with the Office removal tool, and taking the other caveats I described into account, that I managed to get a successful install.

I just restored my system to an earlier image and uninstalled Excel Viewer from control panel only... Viola! MySQL install repeatedly fails again.


> Subsequent attempts to reconfigure MySQL result in
> an Unhandled Exception when entering the current
> password and clicking Check.. In this case the
> error is "Keyword not supported: ';protocol" (Yes,
> there is no backslash on this particular error).
> Well that's definitely a bug, please consider
> reporting it on the bugs page (link at the top
> offorum pages) with all the detail you've provided
> here.


Then I guess I should start another thread for the Access Denied 1045 (28000) error?


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