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-- EDIT BY Aokromes --

If you get "unknown column" "missing table" "Duplicate column" errors:

use mysql --default-character-set=utf8 to avoid import failures because timeout/mysql gone away/etc

1) Clone desired branch.

2) Import sql/create/create_mysql.sql

3) start core

4) leave core to update databases.

Our Wiki: http://collab.kpsn.org/display/tc/TrinityCore+Home

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Okay I ''designed'' my quest_poi_points table to same which it is in the TrinityCore wiki.

Now I get error:

Loading Quest POI

SQL: SELECT questId, id, x, y FROM quest_poi_points ORDER BY questId DESC, idx

ERROR: [1054] Unknown column 'idx' in 'order clause'

Unhandled MySQL errno 1054. Unexpected behaviour possible

and then comes classic ''Worldserver has stopped to respond''.

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run "tc/sql/update/10828_characters_character_queststatus.sql "

tips "[Err] 1054 - Unknown column 'rewarded' in 'where clause'

[Err] INSERT INTO character_queststatus_rewarded SELECT guid, quest FROM character_queststatus WHERE rewarded = 1;

[Err] 1054 - Unknown column 'rewarded' in 'where clause'

[Err] DELETE FROM character_queststatus WHERE rewarded = 1;

[Err] 1091 - Can't DROP 'rewarded'; check that column/key exists

[Err] ALTER TABLE character_queststatus DROP COLUMN rewarded;

[Msg] Finished - Unsuccessfully"

Impact on the entire database it?

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If you created a new character and auth DB, you need NO UPDATES at all.

gotcha, that makes sense. When I wipe everything and install fresh, everything starts up great and I can create a new account and login.

The problem however, is that I still have my old character and auth DB, which I would like to preserve. Unfortunately, I wasn't very diligent about keeping track of my versions, and now TC does not start.

Is there an easy way to figure out which version my characters and auth DB are on, so I can apply the necessary patches to get things working again?


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Hey anyone know how I can get this thing up and running? heh, I keep getting this error:

[ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 0, sql: "DELETE FROM pool_quest_save WHERE pool_id = ?"

[ERROR]: Table 'characters.pool_quest_save' doesn't exist

~DatabaseWorkerPool for ''.

~DatabaseWorkerPool for 'characters'.

~DatabaseWorkerPool for 'world'.

When launching the ./worldserver

using the most up-to-date version of TDB. Does anyone have an idea what's going on?

Trying on a x64 bit install of Ubuntu 10.10.

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Simply run this query in the characters database:

DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `pool_quest_save`;

CREATE TABLE `pool_quest_save` (

  `pool_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',

  `quest_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',

  PRIMARY KEY (`pool_id`,`quest_id`)


Which we can find in the 3.3.5 sql updates folder; found it in 10 seconds ^^

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