I created a simple database with 2 tables. One a record set of 2 values, price and rate
the other was admin with username and password.
When I started the wizard, the connections came up with both tables properly named: admin and pricedata
When I tried to use the admin table to create a login authorization, ADDT said "the admin table does not exist" It listed it in the drop down but could not find the table with the connection.
I then thought perhaps admin was a reserved word for a table so I recreated the table and renamed it "MyAdmin" and I deleted ADDT files from the website and folder. When I started to create the user login anew, the pricedata table still appears, but the other table is name "admin" not myadmin. So I cannot use it to log in.
Does ADDT require a table name admin to function??
The other issue I wonder is that is earthlink's Mysql connection so slow that it is interfering with the connections. This is the client's host.... so it isn't my fault :-)
Dreamweaver appears to have some problems with certain table names, and as far as I can recall, several ADDT users already reported that naming a table "admin" leads to those issues you´re describing.
Please try with renaming that table to, say, "login" (which is known to work with ADDT) and see if these errors go away.
When I started to create the user login anew, the pricedata table still appears, but the other table is name "admin" not myadmin.
looks like you need to clear ADDT´s cache
I found the button