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Have a question:nIf you move your site from domain.com/subdomain=web2project to other domain/web2project Is it correct that i have to change only the config?

What is the path for the config( i am not technical sorry!). Read something i have to make a backup of SQL, export it to wordpad and import it again. Or is their a trick that i don't have to do that and only change the site name in the config?

Please your reply as i have to have this done by this friday. Just to let you know that this software really has facilitated my life immensely and get grip on task management. Better then many of the payd solutions! Thank

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To change the domain name or even the server path, you shouldn't have to change anything. Just make sure you move the **ENTIRE** web2project folder or you might lose uploaded files or translations.
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answered 02 Sep '14, 16:57

Hello Casey, Thanks for fast reply. Okay will take up on your advice, remarkable that i don't have to change anything and it picks it up itself the new domain. Let you know once it is completed. Regards Jacques

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you only need to take care if mysql stays in the old place. So if you move to another server (not only domain name), you may need to backup/restore the database to the new server.nIf you have an WAMP/LAMP server which you can just copy over, then everything should be ok.

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