Huh. That's weird.
Try removing the comma after the database name. If that doesn't work, change mySql to lowercase (mysql). I really don't know what's wrong, maybe something with the npm installation?
Absolutely, this is really weird, I can't figure out this, i'm doing all what you say but he doesn't work, with npm i have this three packages completely.
Is your MySQL database working fine on the localhost? I really can't see the problem...
Problem solved !!
i have added these lines :
and MySQL port of my Database:
then it's pop up another problem these: (ER_NOT_SUPPORTED_AUTH_MODE)
then it solved with just executing this command:
alter user 'root'@'localhost' identified with mysql_native_password by 'password'
inside Query file, finally all is well.
That's awesome! I'm glad it worked out! Sorry I couldn't help you, that never happened to me...
No problem, thank you a lot .
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