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Step 4 in instructions
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4. Import the db.sql file (found in your kwikcontent /install directory) into the MySQL database you just created.

What you actually mean when you say import the dp.sql file into the MySql.I open the file with Notepad but i don't know what to do now.I created my SQL database but i cannot find any feature in order to import the file to the database.

Can you help please?

Andreas
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If you have phpMyAdmin, select the Kwikcontent database, click on "SQL", then paste the entire content of the db.sql file into the text box and click "Go". (see attached screenshot)


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