I let MODx generate the data, then the generated script will be executed in TOAD for MySQL. That is the way I transfer the data to the server and much more comfortable than phpMyAdmin because TOAD gives alot of detailed messages when something goes wrong.
That is possible if you have a TCP-access to the server (depends on the provider).
By the way I have 2 proposals
- How about a further option just to truncate the tables and build the INSERT-statements ? Not every time it is needed to generate the the tables again.
I have some trouble because the MySQL version of the server is older than the version I use locally - so I have to search for certain parts of the CREATE-statement to be changed.
- What about to generate the Log-Tables but without INSERT statements ? They make the file very large and they are not needed every time.