Author - Robert Popovic

I launched Magebase in April, 2010 and am its editor and contributor. My main topics of interest are Magento development, customization and how to get the most out of Magento with the least amount of headache.

More Info » Follow me on Twitter »

Reader Comments (3)

  1. Scott Daniels
    Scott Daniels
    August 11, 2010 at 9:50 pm /

    Wow … that was a nasty trick

  2. Jan Timens
    September 22, 2010 at 12:54 am /

    Tried to do this, but I’m afraid your description isn’t clear enough for me.
    First, backuped homedirectory and database ofcourse.

    Then I deleted the database and created a new empty one (same name, no tables).
    Tried to do the upgrade, but couldn’t do this (I assume there are some tables needed).

    Second try:
    Deleted the database, created new on (same name, no tables).
    Then started import the backup with phpmyadmin, no problem.
    Tried to update, but the same problem (ofcourse: sales_flat_order was also imported).

    I assume I have to create a database with tables, but no data?
    Then update, then import old backup database?
    If so, how do I create such a database?



Add a Comment & Join the Discussion

Insert small snippets of code by using [code]{your_code_here}[/code]
For larger code blocks please use and paste your link.

You may also use the following HTML in your comment: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title="">
<acronym title=""> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <em> <strike> <strong>


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.