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Page 21 requires the use of the net commands, NET START AND NET STOP.

My computer returns an error: 'net' is not recognize as an internal or external command.

I can't get help either by using net /? ... it's like the net services are not loaded. However, my workstation and server services are properly loaded and operating, be reference to the services applet.

A little searching leads me to think I need to load IIS.

Any suggestions?

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You need to load MySQL. You need to load IIS or Apache first, and then MySQL.

Get MySQL from www.mysql.com.

When you have it installed under C:\mysql open a cmd prompt, go to c:\mysql\bin and type

mysql net start

Good luck!

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I think I solved my own problem. (Aside: I guess there's no way to delete a topic once you figure out the problem.)

The problem was with my path. Hyperion Essbase had installed itself as the first item in the PATH environment variable, in front of %systemroot%\system32.

You wouldn't think that would make a difference but at least it did on this machine.

Once I rearranged the path with %systemroot%\system32 in front of the Hyperion excel addin, the 'net commands' began working from the c:\ prompt, as they should.

Anyway, that's how it worked for me.

 
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quote:Originally posted by Snib
 You need to load MySQL. You need to load IIS or Apache first, and then MySQL.

Get MySQL from www.mysql.com.

When you have it installed under C:\mysql open a cmd prompt, go to c:\mysql\bin and type

mysql net start

Good luck!

Snib,
Thanks for the tip. Here's the next issue. When I do:

NET START mysql

I get the following:
mysql service starting up.

system error occurred

error 1067

procedure terminated, or something like that.

(The system does, however, recognize the installed mysql executable.)

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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Data..._21045378.html

hth,

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Snib,

Sounds like others have seen error 1067 before. Unfortunately, I'm on a budget so I'll have to find other fields besides your link. Can't afford to subscribe.

Take care,

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You don't actually have to sign up to see the solution, just scroll down the page I gave you a little to see user-submitted comments.

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