I don't use MX, so cannot advise re that aspect.
My database has a different schema to that Mark uses, so I cannot help with anything specifically relating to that aspect either.
But maybe something I say below might still help you?
Presumably that is a database name rather than the name of a table within the database?
Does this database exist yet? If the database exists, but not tables within it, maybe you can use a tool like "phpMyAdmin" to look at it. How you get to that tool (if you have it) depends on your server set up, and so I can't tell you exactly what to type in. That can sometimes confirm that user and password for access are correct. It might also help to diagnose any permissions related issue?
If the database does not exist, "phpmyadmin" can create a database, and could create a test table for you (you might be able to copy structure from "ImportCumulusFile.php").
forestedge wrote:I could try importing direct into MySQL but there are a range of formats for the db format with MyISAM as default.
Others include CSV and InnoDB.
I don't know whether it matters, but I'm using "InnoDB" for all my database accesses, and the PHP I use has some resemblance with that "ImportCumulusFile.php" uses, and I guess therefore matches http://sandaysoft.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=12908&start=15#p107639
forestedge wrote:The same error message appears with the full path and other variations!
Presumably you have already successfully put the dayfile onto your server? How did you do that? Surely, instead of just trying different path names, you (with administrative access) should be able to find and read it on your server, that will guide you to how the PHP import could find it. I don't know whether using a file transfer tool could help with finding it?