Ok... I get it!!! I get it!
I have a perfect copy of my site running perfectly... thank to you guys...
However, there was something that really troubles me:
Those configurations about Collation utf8, or utf8 bin, or latin, etc. are really
problematic... and I am afraid of not being doing
the right kind of dumping for backup.
I was dumping my Database, and after importing it to a different DB_. After that, I was
getting problems with my collation... my
accentuations was completely odd what caused several broken links.
Any one could give some insite here?
|From: mediawiki-l-bounces(a)Wikimedia.org [mailto:mediawiki-l-bounces@Wikimedia.org] On
|In a message dated 10/20/2006 5:00:46 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
|Thanks Kasimir Gabert,
|Anyone could assure me that this would work? Or perhaps, there is another
|way I could set my phpMyAdmin to generate a db_domain with
|another name when I dump it.
|You can never be sure until you try. It sounds right to me. The dump likely
|includes database names from the database being dumped. Even if you change a
|name readily visible at the top of the dump, their could be other instances
|further down. "Find and replace" (ctrl + H in Windows) can be used to replace
|every instance of the original database name in only one operation.
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