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Hi,

I know that this question has already been ask many times but I didn't find a working answer.

So I put my DBC/Maps/vMaps in the "DirData" directory.

I extract them from my 3.3.5.12340 client with http://code.google.com/p/trinitycore/downloads/detail?name=%5B8902%5D%20Maptools.zip&can=1&q=

And when I try to run the ./worldserver, an error appears.

/root/DirData/dbc/Spell.dbc (exists, but has 234 fields instead of 234) Possible wrong client version.

I also update the world database with the spell updates :

~/TrinityCore/sql/updates/world# mysql -uroot -p***** --database world < 2011_12_18_02_world_spell_script_names.sql

~/TrinityCore/sql/updates/world# mysql -uroot -p***** --database world < 2011_12_16_00_world_spell_bonus_data.sql

~/TrinityCore/sql/updates/world# mysql -uroot -p***** --database world < 2011_12_10_00_world_spell_proc_event.sql

~/TrinityCore/sql/updates/world# mysql -uroot -p***** --database world < 2011_11_29_00_world_spell_script.sql

~/TrinityCore/sql/updates/world#

But the problem is still here ...

Can someone give me a path ? Thanks !

Djokx.

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Hi,

ich habe alles so gemacht, wie es im Tutorial steht und eigenhändisch alle Updates aus dem Ordner ~/TrinityCore/sql/updates/world/ eingefügt (mysql -u root -p -wf world < ***.sql).

Beim Serverstart jedoch kommt immer nochfolgende Fehlermeldung:

Loading Waypoints...

SQL: SELECT id, point, position_x, position_y, position_z, orientation, move_flag, delay, action, action_chance FROM waypoint_data ORDER BY id, point

ERROR: [1054] Unknown column 'orientation' in 'field list'

Könnt ihr mir dabei helfen?

Liebe Grüße,

kangaro0

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I start the worldserver and get to the loading quests part, then i am greeted with

error: [1054] Unknown column 'id' in 'field list'

The error log says

Loading Quests...

ERROR:

C:\TrinityCore\src\server\shared\Database\MySQLConnection.cpp:535 in MySQLConnection::_HandleMySQLErrno FATAL ERROR:

  Your database structure is not up to date. Please make sure you've executed all queries in the sql/updates folders.

I have tried:

Reimporting the world database, importing an old one and upgrading it, in 2 different sql manager clients, and still the same error.

Really have not got a clue and any help would be great. Thanks.

EDIT: Meh, ignore this, i fixed it. Sorry.

Edited by Gonzo0193
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Assuming that you are doing a fresh install.

Re-download the "Full" database from here:

https://github.com/d..._2011_11_24.rar

follow the wiki instructions on Installing the databases using the above for your world database, after

you have all 3 databases set up then go to your TrinityCore Source folder and go into the sql/updates/world folder and apply all updates that need to be applied.

roadmaster

*Edit* glad you were able to fix it. :)

Edited by roadmaster
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I have tried re-compiling and re-downloading everything, and it still refuses to work.

The authserver starts and runs fine (haven't tried connecting but console shows no errors and runs) but even after a re-compile and re-do of the world database i get this error message in the worldserver console:

"ERROR: [1054] Unknown column 'Id' in 'field list'" - Along with everything else (see image attached).

Then as it says, when i try to run the SQL updates, most work, but using that table get: (for the query:"UPDATE `quest_template` SET `RequiredClasses`=0 WHERE `entry`=8249; -- Junkboxes Needed")

Error Code : 1054

Unknown column 'RequiredClasses' in 'field list'

I have executed the latest TDB_Full from the Githubs downloads have not modified any SQL queries except for password in the creating one.

So uhm, Help? Ill provide any other info if its needed, didn't really know what you would need xD

Thanks in advance

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sql updates

why is that so hard to understand?

Then as it says, when i try to run the SQL updates, most work, but using that table get: (for the query:"UPDATE `quest_template` SET `RequiredClasses`=0 WHERE `entry`=8249; -- Junkboxes Needed")

Error Code : 1054

Unknown column 'RequiredClasses' in 'field list'

A good amount of the SQL updates are not working for me, I only gave one example. There are more (any to do with that table) that get a similar error. Its close to the same though so i didn't include screenies for what the world server does after each thing in the sql/updates folder

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Thats what I was trying to do Aokromes but it gave me errors. I have done it before without any troubles.

But MySQL didn't give an error for the mass query from the script that Nay linked me to so its working now. Thanks Nay.

Still confused on why but im happy its working :P

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Hello!

I have stumbled in to a problem with my server. I have been following the How to:Win guide section on the wiki to setup up my server. I got this problem when i'm loading up my worldserver.exe.

It begins to load but then it suddenly stops and comes up with the following error:

Loading Conditions...

SQL: SELECT SourceTypeOrReferenceId, SourceGroup, SourceEntry, SourceId, ElseGro

up, ConditionTypeOrReference, ConditionValue1, ConditionValue2, ConditionValue3

, ErrorTextId, ScriptName FROM conditions

ERROR: [1054] Unknown column 'SourceId' in 'field list'

C:\Trinity Core\TrinityCore\src\server\shared\Database\MySQLConnection.cpp:535 i

n MySQLConnection::_HandleMySQLErrno FATAL ERROR:

Your database structure is not up to date. Please make sure you've executed al

l queries in the sql/updates folders.

I'm running on a 64-bit system but i have installed all the server components for 32-bit. So i'm running the server 32-bit. Hope you can help me solve this issue, i'm so close now to get my server up and it's been a struggle.

Best regard, Bloodlustable

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