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SSL Connection from phpmyadmin to mysql server [closed]

I am getting these errors after this config, I can’t get phpmyadmin to work with this config, need help. MySQL server is on different machine.

Thanks,

$  cfg['Servers'][$  i]['ssl_cert'] = '/etc/mysql/mysql.pem'; $  cfg['Servers'][$  i]['ssl_key'] = '/etc/mysql/mysqlkey.pem'; $  cfg['Servers'][$  i]['ssl_ca'] = '/usr/local/share/ca-certificates/SERVER/SERVERSSL.pem'; $  cfg['Servers'][$  i]['ssl_ca_path'] = '/usr/local/share/ca-certificates/SERVER'; $  cfg['Servers'][$  i]['ssl_verify'] = 'true'; 

ERRORS

Multiple queries in phpmyadmin – Distance using coordinates, Slope, Intercept, Angle, and few more

I having around 500 excel sheets in .csv format with data captured for my experiment having following columns in place.

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Now I need to calculate the following parameters using this data. I have done these in excel, however doing this repeatedly for each excel so many times is difficult, so I want to write an SQL query in PhpmyAdmin will help some time.

  1. Last charecter typed – need to capture last charecter from the column ‘CharSq’
  2. *Slope (in column J) =(B3-B2)/(A3-A2)
  3. Intercept (in column K) =B2-(A2*(J3))
  4. Angle (in degrees) =MOD(DEGREES(ATAN2((A3-A2),(B3-B2))), 360) –
  5. Index of Difficulty =LOG(((E1/7.1)+1),2)
  6. Speed Value length (if speed value length >3, then mark as 1 or else 0) = =IF(LEN(D3) >= 3, "1","0")
  7. Wrong Sequence (if I3=I2,then mark search time, else actual time) =IF(I3=I2,"Search Time","Actual Time")
  8. Mark charecter into (1,2,3) = =IF(I2="A",1, IF(I2="B",2, IF(I2="C",3, 0))) enter image description here

I have started with this SQL query SELECT id, type, charSq, substr(charSq,-1,1) AS TypedChar, xCoordinate, yCoordinate, angle, distance, timestamp, speed FROM table 1 WHERE 1

Need help for the rest of the parameters. Thanks.

Note – I am going to run this in phpMyAdmin SQL

What settings to use to export mysql table rows that I’ll be importing to another table with data using phpmyadmin

If I’m using phpmyadmin to manage mysql database, what settings should I use to export only two rows of data that I’ll be importing to another table with the same name that contains many other rows?

I used the quick option, but I’m getting an error that table already exists and nothing gets imported.

If I use the default custom option with the default settings, I get the same error message.

So, what’s the best settings to use to export settings that I’m going to import to another table?

Store GravityForm data in phpmyadmin (mysql)

I’m currently developing a small portal on WordPress for a client where users have to submit forms (created with Gravity Forms). I’d like to be able to store the data from these forms, upon submission, onto a custom database that I created on phpmyadmin. I have all the tables and structure set up, but I don’t know how to feed the data through.

I know I eventually have to use the ‘gform_after_submission’ hook, I just don’t know where to start.

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PhpMyAdmin ALTER TABLE command gets ignored when table definition is imported

I am running PhpMyAdmin v4.8.0.1. I exported a table and thus, have the following structure:

CREATE TABLE `wp_site_settings` (   `settings_id` bigint(20) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,       `usage_limit_per_user` varchar(255) NOT NULL ) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;  -- -- Indexes for dumped tables -- ALTER TABLE `wp_site_settings`   ADD PRIMARY KEY (`settings_id`); 

As we can see from the above code, the ALTER TABLE part is present after the CREATE TABLE. I want this ADD PRIMARY KEY to be a part of the CREATE TABLE itself, so that it can be exported as:

CREATE TABLE `wp_site_settings` (   `settings_id` bigint(20) UNSIGNED NOT NULL,       `usage_limit_per_user` varchar(255) NOT NULL,    PRIMARY KEY (`settings_id`), ) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; 

I need it in the above way because I am trying to use the above in a custom WordPress plugin. If the ADD PRIMARY KEY is performed using the ALTER TABLE command, the whole command gets ignored and the resultant table does not contain the PRIMARY KEY.

This is just an example of one table. I need the solution to work for other 20+ custom tables as well, so any workaround/fix is appreciated.

NOTE: I am aware that the ALTER TABLE was separated intentionally as per + rfe #1004 Create indexes at the end in SQL export