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  1. #1
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    Red face Unanswered: Dreamweaver MX error 405 w/MySQL PHP

    I've searched lo and hi and i can't find a solution to this if my life depended on it. I'm running Win2k Pro, Apache, PHP and MySQL. I'm also trying to set up a test site on my local server. Whenever I try to select a database in Dreamweaver, i get the following error: HTTP ERROR CODE 405 METHOD NOT ALLOWED. I've tried the tech note solutions on Macromedia's site but to no avail. This is driving me crazy.
    I can connect to MySQL just fine using both MySQLadmin and MySQLCC.

    Thank a million

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    I'm experiencing the same problem

    Have you received a response with a suggested solution? I'm getting the feeling this problem may be related more to MySQL, since I haven't had any troubles with Access.

    Thanks.

  3. #3
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    I get the exact same error, and havent found any solution...

    I found a text saying something about MIME, but didnt completely understand it.

  4. #4
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    Re: Dreamweaver MX error 405 w/MySQL PHP

    Originally posted by spin
    I've searched lo and hi and i can't find a solution to this if my life depended on it. I'm running Win2k Pro, Apache, PHP and MySQL. I'm also trying to set up a test site on my local server. Whenever I try to select a database in Dreamweaver, i get the following error: HTTP ERROR CODE 405 METHOD NOT ALLOWED. I've tried the tech note solutions on Macromedia's site but to no avail. This is driving me crazy.
    I can connect to MySQL just fine using both MySQLadmin and MySQLCC.

    Thank a million
    This could help:

    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/..._20397299.html

  5. #5
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    Just in case anybody comes across this as I did when trying to hunt down the cause and cure.... my advice is to reinstall php..especially if you find that when you try to preview your pages you are shown your scripting.

  6. #6
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    Hi

    AFAIK 405 is HTTP error code. It's very unlikely that MySQL is throwing those errors.

    never used DW.

    Does it access MySQL through Apache? Was Apache running when you got those errors? Can you access database-server without running Apache & still get the 405?

    regards
    theN

  7. #7
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    enable Apache for PHP

    If you are using Apache, you need to modify your httpd.conf file to enable PHP. You'll need two lines like the following:

    LoadModule php4module /usr/libexec/httpd/libphp4.so

    and

    AddModule mod_php.c

    Hope this helps...

  8. #8
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    Try this, it's a known bug in Dreamweaver MX 2004...

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/dr...nts/err405.htm
    Last edited by tsyscps; 07-15-04 at 14:39.

  9. #9
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    php mysql connection

    Hi there,

    Have you updated your privilege tables in mysql to your username and password? this the same as the username and password you use in the config. file that comes with php for mysql.

    Hope this helps.

    David

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    I am using ASP (IIS) and had the same problem. Come to find out, it wasnt a bug, it was the ODBC. So it is a permission issue. I had to update my ODBC password and then it started working.

  11. #11
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    i am trying to create a datasource from dreamweaver to connect microsoft access but i am getting an error as

    http error code 405 method not allowed dreamweaver

    even i stared my pc as system administrator but still the same message please could anybody help to sort out this please

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