TKR's Hands-On Dojo is current offline; will return soon...

Slorri

Member
It looks like it's not quite dead yet. The site seems to work, but not the login.
The login has been buggy for a long time. For many years I reckon.
 

Glenda

Member
You are a brave woman for doing this site. The year of the females. I think, hope, that it is fixed and okay. It is a good site.
 

Glenda

Member
Remote viewing is free and natural. We were made to be in the garden and messed up, of course. We are creative. Imagine that. I like this place.
 

RedCairo

do you ever dream you're someone else?
It is the new database and settings. At this point I'm in the process of transferring servers.
 

RedCairo

do you ever dream you're someone else?
Well I confess after so much drama over it, it was like PTSD here, I walked away for like a month. I just rebegan day before yesterday. And so far I get the same results. I can access the database on the old server fine (I can run the dojo perfectly from localhost). I can get SQL files from Microsoft SQL Server Manager or from a program I bought called SQLBackupAndFTP. And the new server team runs them, which is supposed to build the schema, the tables, and then get the data and put it into them, so that then, the database would be on the new server. But every time... the tables I need or at least the first one aren't present. I cannot seem to save a file that will "work" for moving the databases to the new server. I've had many rounds of this now, and a ton of support help, and so far to no avail. I have everything and I've been paying for both locations and even some help to 'improve' the SQL files since they seemed to be not working right, but I just can't get there from here. (The original problem was a move (+ inherent upgrade) the first server corp did on coldfusion and sql server, but now the problem is getting the database to the new server.) My next step is trying to find someone to hire to work with the db and the new server corp to figure out WTH is going wrong. Since '93 when I started webwork ('98 for dynamic dev) I have never had such a horrible, site-killing problem with anything. And it's so stupid that it isn't working. This is normally not that hard. I've had so much frustration about the overall situation that I'm starting to react even to thinking about it! I'm so sorry about the delay. It will eventually be present again. I cannot give a specific timeframe at this point alas. It could be a few days or another month. - PJ
 
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