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Old 25th August 2011, 07:10
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I have backup my dbase and upload to new server. i see it looks a bit different after the restore on the new server. Please se attached pic for more info. Is this normal? Can someone explain to me why this is? I have exported it again and import again with the same results. Thank you
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Old 25th August 2011, 12:20
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Can you clear your browser cache or right-click that frame and select "Reload"?
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Can you clear your browser cache or right-click that frame and select "Reload"?
I notice the following that one set of tables is sort of summarized as in attached pic.
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Recent phpMyAdmin versions do this.

Did your original problem resolve?
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