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Migrated a Wordpress site...where do the DBs go

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I migrated an existing Wordpress site. However I'm not sure where the MySQL DB go into.  Which folder?

Basically I moved the Wordpress from one server to another. I added the index.php to the default directory.

The site is located at:

Www.webit-client216.com

With Wordpress the pages are served up from the server, but I'm not sure how to install MYSQL and add the transaction logs(existing data)

I pulled the Wordpress site from a hosting solution, the directory was never visible to see the directory structure

The Wordpress was on a Unix system not I'm trying to get it to work on a Microsoft windows server OS 2008 using IIS as the web server instead of apache

Any ideas thank you
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Help any?
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You need to import the databases from the old server to the new server's MySQL instance.  Instead of copying the files, do a mysqldump to get the database in text format and then import that into the new location.
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I really appreciate your help I'm a little lost this is my first time doing this. Any references to look at?
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Try this article to start:

http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-backup-and-restore-export-and-import-mysql-databases-tutorial/

Alternately, do you have phpMyAdmin available on both servers?
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