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See fix and patches here at phpmyadmin: https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/14433#issuecomment-544249375


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This a draft of my ongoing attempts to solve the issue. The first steps I suggest are: Stop the MySQL server Backup the whole database folder mysql/data Start the server again Check the MySQL databases individually for possible errors: mysqlcheck -u root -p some_database_name


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You should try with this: C:/xampp/mysql/bin/mysqldump -u root -p databasename tablename > C:/filetext.sql (I use XAMPP v3.2.2 and I had the same problem.)


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It might be that you have not installed all Visual C++ Packages.The package cab be found on below link. http://wampserver.aviatechno.net/?lang=en&prerequis=afficher


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You're correct in that the most common way to join two tables is to use a foreign key referencing a primary key. But it is not a requirement. The SQL will work (i.e. will by syntactically correct) for any two columns you wish to use in your JOIN clause, as long as the columns' types can be coerced into something comparable. The question is, will the ...


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