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As a developer you should provide a SINGLE DATABASE file for all of the required content for latest core.

I should? Since when?

There's no order with updates.

There is, by name. Alphabetical order.

yyyy_mm_dd_id_db_name.sql

(y - year, m - month, d - day, id - incremental id, db - database like world, name - some name like sai)

in my opinion community shouldn't make any "tools" for the core, because all tools, configuring things and such things should be in same package, because then people wouldn't make threads for "stupid errors" that you guys hate mostly.

All the process is described on our wiki, not our fault that some people are too lazy to read or do not have average english skills to understand what's said there. Are you one of these people?

I'm really thinking why the HELL there is 1000 of the update files, because all of them would be ALREADY MERGED without linking hundreds of threads where's guides to do SOMETHING NEW.

It's up to the user to decide how it's going to import the sql files (104 atm, not 1000). I linked to that batch script that concatenates the sql files into one because that's what I am using and it makes things simpler.

P.S Bitch please.

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Hey it seems that after i have configured my world.conf to the right mysql settings it won't connect for some reason, authserver is working perfectly without any problems with the same settings.

here's the error

2012-04-13 09:08:50 Using configuration file worldserver.conf.

2012-04-13 09:08:50 Using SSL version: OpenSSL 1.0.1 14 Mar 2012 (library: OpenSSL 1.0.0b 16 Nov 2010)

2012-04-13 09:08:50 Using ACE version: 5.8.3

2012-04-13 09:08:51 TrinityCore rev. 0000-00-00 00:00:00 +0000 (Archived) (Win32, Release) (worldserver-daemon)

2012-04-13 09:08:51 <Ctrl-C> to stop.

2012-04-13 09:08:51  ______					   __

2012-04-13 09:08:51 /\__  _\	   __		  __/\ \__

2012-04-13 09:08:51 \/_/\ \/ _ __ /\_\	___ /\_\ \, _\  __  __

2012-04-13 09:08:51	\ \ \/\`'__\/\ \ /' _ `\/\ \ \ \/ /\ \/\ \

2012-04-13 09:08:51	 \ \ \ \ \/ \ \ \/\ \/\ \ \ \ \ \_\ \ \_\ \

2012-04-13 09:08:51	  \ \_\ \_\  \ \_\ \_\ \_\ \_\ \__\\/`____ \

2012-04-13 09:08:51	   \/_/\/_/   \/_/\/_/\/_/\/_/\/__/ `/___/> \

2012-04-13 09:08:51								  C O R E  /\___/

2012-04-13 09:08:51 http://TrinityCore.org					\/__/

2012-04-13 09:08:51 ERROR: DatabasePool world NOT opened. There were errors opening the MySQL connections. Check your SQLDriverLogFile for specific errors.

2012-04-13 09:08:51 ERROR: Cannot connect to world database 127.0.0.1;3306;root;ascent;world

Bit new to the trinity, so would be great with some help on this issue.

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In wordserver.conf change SQLDriverLogFile to "SQLDriver.log", SQLDriverQueryLogging to 1 and after executing world server go to logs/SQLDriver.log and find the errors. Did you forget to apply any SQL (full DB + all sqls in /Sql/updates/world)?

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In wordserver.conf change SQLDriverLogFile to "SQLDriver.log", SQLDriverQueryLogging to 1 and after executing world server go to logs/SQLDriver.log and find the errors. Did you forget to apply any SQL (full DB + all sqls in /Sql/updates/world)?

think i updated everything, that was recently released in the pull.. so i'll try again and see if it works then.

is there any programs that'll apply all the updates at once, instead of having to go into individual sql's and copy and paste?

this is the error i get:

2012-04-13 10:21:22 Opening DatabasePool 'world'. Asynchronous connections: 1, synchronous connections: 1.

2012-04-13 10:21:22 MySQL client library: 5.5.9

2012-04-13 10:21:22 MySQL server ver: 5.5.22

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [WARNING] MySQL client/server version mismatch; may conflict with behaviour of prepared statements.

2012-04-13 10:21:22 MySQL client library: 5.5.9

2012-04-13 10:21:22 MySQL server ver: 5.5.22

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [WARNING] MySQL client/server version mismatch; may conflict with behaviour of prepared statements.

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 56, sql: "SELECT difficulty_entry_1, difficulty_entry_2, difficulty_entry_3, KillCredit1, KillCredit2, modelid1, modelid2, modelid3, modelid4, name, subname, IconName, gossip_menu_id, minlevel, maxlevel, exp, faction_A, faction_H, npcflag, speed_walk, speed_run, scale, rank, mindmg, maxdmg, dmgschool, attackpower, dmg_multiplier, baseattacktime, rangeattacktime, unit_class, unit_flags, dynamicflags, family, trainer_type, trainer_spell, trainer_class, trainer_race, minrangedmg, maxrangedmg, rangedattackpower, type, type_flags, lootid, pickpocketloot, skinloot, resistance1, resistance2, resistance3, resistance4, resistance5, resistance6, spell1, spell2, spell3, spell4, spell5, spell6, spell7, spell8, PetSpellDataId, VehicleId, mingold, maxgold, AIName, MovementType, InhabitType, HoverHeight, Health_mod, Mana_mod, Armor_mod, RacialLeader, questItem1, questItem2, questItem3, questItem4, questItem5, questItem6, movementId, RegenHealth, equipment_id, mechanic_immune_mask, flags_extra, ScriptName FROM creature_template WHERE entry = ?"

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: Unknown column 'HoverHeight' in 'field list'

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 58, sql: "SELECT c.country FROM ip2nationCountries c, ip2nation i WHERE i.ip < ? AND c.code = i.country ORDER BY i.ip DESC LIMIT 0,1"

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: Table 'world.ip2nationcountries' doesn't exist

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2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 56, sql: "SELECT difficulty_entry_1, difficulty_entry_2, difficulty_entry_3, KillCredit1, KillCredit2, modelid1, modelid2, modelid3, modelid4, name, subname, IconName, gossip_menu_id, minlevel, maxlevel, exp, faction_A, faction_H, npcflag, speed_walk, speed_run, scale, rank, mindmg, maxdmg, dmgschool, attackpower, dmg_multiplier, baseattacktime, rangeattacktime, unit_class, unit_flags, dynamicflags, family, trainer_type, trainer_spell, trainer_class, trainer_race, minrangedmg, maxrangedmg, rangedattackpower, type, type_flags, lootid, pickpocketloot, skinloot, resistance1, resistance2, resistance3, resistance4, resistance5, resistance6, spell1, spell2, spell3, spell4, spell5, spell6, spell7, spell8, PetSpellDataId, VehicleId, mingold, maxgold, AIName, MovementType, InhabitType, HoverHeight, Health_mod, Mana_mod, Armor_mod, RacialLeader, questItem1, questItem2, questItem3, questItem4, questItem5, questItem6, movementId, RegenHealth, equipment_id, mechanic_immune_mask, flags_extra, ScriptName FROM creature_template WHERE entry = ?"

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: Unknown column 'HoverHeight' in 'field list'

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 58, sql: "SELECT c.country FROM ip2nationCountries c, ip2nation i WHERE i.ip < ? AND c.code = i.country ORDER BY i.ip DESC LIMIT 0,1"

2012-04-13 10:21:22 [ERROR]: Table 'world.ip2nationcountries' doesn't exist

Those errors indicate you most likely missed an SQL update

is there any programs that'll apply all the updates at once, instead of having to go into individual sql's and copy and paste?

There are tools and guides on the forum, just search for them.

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Those errors indicate you most likely missed an SQL update

There are tools and guides on the forum, just search for them.

Alright, how about the mismatch is that a problem aswell, dunno how to fix that part. I'll search for 'em cheers for telling me mate. Any names to search for? tried searching for SQL import/importer but nothing showed up.

..i'm stupid, found it in utillities >.<

works now, cheers mate.

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Hey there i seem to be getting an error while importing the tdb_full, the most recent one (2 months old)

here's the error

u have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'world' at line 2 */

Can't seem to get my head around it

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TDB_fuul_33.11.46_2012_02_13.sql -> FullDatabase

Then uptade the SQL files from "update/world" floder step by step

SQL-Patch Error on Table : 2012_02_24_00_world_gameobject_loot_template.sql

SQLogy ErrorFile :

Query:

INSERT INTO `reference_loot_template` (`entry`,`item`,`ChanceOrQuestChance`,`lootmode`,`groupid`,`mincountOrRef`,`maxcount`) VALUES

(28058,49908,20,1,0,1,1), -- Primordial Saronite 10H

(28074,49908,20,1,0,1,1), -- Primordial Saronite 25N

(28088,49908,20,1,0,1,1), -- Primordial Saronite 25H

(28064,49908,20,1,0,1,1), -- Primordial Saronite 10H

(28082,49908,20,1,0,1,1), -- Primordial Saronite 25N

(28096,49908,20,1,0,1,1)


Error occured at:2012-04-24 23:24:26

Line no.:10

Error Code: 1062 - Duplicate entry '28058-49908' for key 'PRIMARY'
Mfg Koe 2012_04_18_00_world_npc_spellclick_spells.sql
Query:

UPDATE `npc_spellclick_spells` SET `quest_end`=11999 WHERE `npc_entry`=26477 AND `spell_id`=61832 AND `quest_start`=11999


Error occured at:2012-04-24 23:42:04

Line no.:15589

Error Code: 1054 - Unknown column 'quest_start' in 'where clause'


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I put alll updates manual from the world floder in a seperate sql file and now works.

These are the new errors :

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 27985 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 28057 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 28072 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 28090 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 28057 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 28090 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 28072 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 27985 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 27993 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 27993 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.

2012-04-25 01:40:32 ERROR: Table 'gameobject_loot_template' entry 28683 (gameobject entry) does not exist but used as loot id in DB.


2012-04-25 01:40:34 ERROR: SourceEntry 46485 SourceGroup 1 in `condition` table - spell 46485 does not have implicit targets of types: _AREA_, _CONE_, _NEARBY_ for effect 0, SourceGroup needs correction, ignoring.

2012-04-25 01:40:34 ERROR: SourceEntry 46485 SourceGroup 1 in `condition` table - spell 46485 does not have implicit targets of types: _AREA_, _CONE_, _NEARBY_ for effect 0, SourceGroup needs correction, ignoring.


2012-04-25 01:40:35 ERROR: SmartAIMgr::LoadSmartAIFromDB: GameObject entry (25814) does not exist, skipped loading.


TrinityCore rev. 2012-04-24 13:39:37 -0400 (e6a6f6539d59)

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I haven't checked the repo to see if they were fixed, but, I do know that some sql updates a few days ago were added without a newline at the end, if they are still that way, batching the updates together will cause errors, unless the script you use to batch them adds a blank line between each update.

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Since I don't use Windows I haven't looked into this, but you should be able to edit whatever batch to import each file sequentially rather than concatenating them to a single large file, and then there wouldn't be that issue. This is what the script I use for myself on Linux does; just import 1-by-1 in order instead of concatenating them importing.

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