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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Try this: click the WAMP icon in the System Tray, select from the popup menu 'AliasdDirectories' - 'Add an alias' and add your subfolder as an alias directory. Your php script should now be accessible. Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Does your site work when you use the browser inside your LAN? Have you forwarded TCP port 80 at the firewall to the WAMP server? Does you httpd.conf file or virtual host setup allow access to the site from the internet? These are questions that could help you to sort out the problem. If you do search on this forum for the following key words, you would find plenty of earlier posts about
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, You can still send emails from the WAMP server through another SMTP server. Do a search on this forum for SMTP and you will find posts which explain how. Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, You can either use the internal IP address to refer to your website or set up one or more name based virtual hosts, which is more flexible because you can have more than one site for internal use and the URL can be a pseudo domain, without a folder name. There are many posts and even manuals in this forum about how to set up virtual hosts, here is one recent thread: If you do not have
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Assuming that you have added the perl bin folder into the PATH environment variable, you can go to the command prompt, change directory to where the perl application resides and type in, for example: perl phpxref.pl Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi rbn, Is it possible that your workstation has more than one PHP installation? That would explain why the editing of both the php.ini files in the c:\wamp folder does not seem to have any effect. If you create a file phpinfo.php and browse to it, it will tell you where the php.ini file is: <?php phpinfo(); ?> The output will display a line close to the top of the listing: Loaded
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, The error message means that the require_once statement was unable to find a file and returned a blank. The require_once statement attempts to find the file C:/wamp/www/testsite/components/com_content/content.html.php. The component called com_content is a core component of Joomla and the system will not work without it. Are you trying to use RokSlide with Joomla 1.5? You may have to e
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, There are two php.ini files in the WAMP system, and c:\wamp\php\php.ini controls the PHP command line (CLI) scripts. The php.ini file which controls your PHP scripts in Apache is in c:\wamp\apache2\bin. Customising the path should then work, for example: include_path = ".;c:\wamp\php\includes" The go-pear script seems to modify the include_path. Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Unless you have changed the default setting in php.ini: short_open_tag = Off your short open tag <? should be changed to <?php for the script to work. The default in PHP 5 for short open tags is off, but some scripts still use the short version. If you decide to modify the php.ini file, make sure your modify the one in the Apache folder: c:\wamp\apache2\bin The other php.ini file
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, ...but if you use PHP scripts that send email messages via an SMTP server, for example your ISP's SMTP server, and you want to avoid hard coding the IP address or domain name of the mail server to every mail() or some other email command, you can include the IP address or domain name in the file c:\wamp\apache2\bin\php.ini file: ; For Win32 only. SMTP = mail.example.com Also, if you use P
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, If you have uncommented the entry in php.ini: ;extension=php_exif.dll and looked at the section of the same file, plus restarted apache. you should at least see the following in the phpinfo listing: EXIF Support enabled EXIF Version 1.4 $Id: exif.c,v 1.173.2.5.2.19 2007/02/27 03:04:40 iliaa Exp $ Supported EXIF Version 0220 Supported filetypes JPEG,TIFF Make sure you modify the righ
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, How do your links look like in the HTML source code? Do they perhaps contain the prefix localhost? If the link refers to a page in your own site, you should use a relative link: <a href="2ndpage.html" title="My 2nd page">My 2nd Page</a> When the browser renders the page, it adds the prefix to the link with the correct domain. Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, If you use WAMP as your server, please note that it does not come with an email server. Otherwise, you need a mailserver like sendmail or qmail. At least one of them usually come with Linux distributions. Otherwise you are limited to what your hosting provider offers. Most CMS applications like Joomla have some kind of a internal messaging system, and forum applications like vBulletin
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, You can still send email messages through another server, for example the SMTP server server your ISP has made available to you. Have look at an earlier thread: Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, The hosts file in the WAMP server is only used when the browser runs on the WAMP server itself and does a domain lookup. You can also add the same entry (consisting of the internal IP address of your WAMP server and the domain name) to the hosts file of another workstation on the same LAN, to access your site on the WAMP server. You need to add your new domain name to your virtual host de
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, What is the reasoning behind all those ports? R u playing WOW perhaps? You can use an IP address to access your server if your Apache configuration includes a default virtual host. However, before exposing your site to the whole world, you may want to run a port scan from outside to see which ports are open in the firewall, just in case. Have a look at the Shields Up! service at www.grc.
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Just to get it right, the hostname and the remote domain are attributes of the remote server where your PHP scripts are running, different from the computer name and domain where you host your WAMP server and the MySQL database. Cheers,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Yes, if: - Dajax is the MySQL username in the db connect parameters of your script running in the remote server - mycompname is the hostname of the remote server - mjolnir.ath.cx is the remote domain. Regards, Post Edited (11-02-07 02:05)
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, In the above example: username = the MySQL username you want the remote server to use when talking to your MySQL in your WAMP server web01 = the name of the remote server (computer name or host name) example.com = the domain name of the remote server The host information is therefore web01.example.com. When you replace the components with the actual values from your remote server and it
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Have you tried PHP onT rax from ? It is based on Ruby.
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, It is in the folder c:\wamp\apache2\conf\extra. Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
HI, There are plenty of tutorials and source code available from different support forums. If you are going to tackle a major developement, you should look at a CMS like Joomla, which comes with already tested security, hundreds of extensions and a developer community. Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, The request coming to the MySQL server may not present the IP address but the computer name and the domain,so that the user info looks like username@ web01.example.com where web01 is the computer name of the server sending the request and example.com is the domain where the computer is located. Regards,
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Does your firewall/router allow requests coming in from the internet with the destination TCP port 3306 through? You need to set up the port forwarding for TCP port 3306, forwarding these requests to the internal IP address of your WAMP server. Once you have that working, you can then limit the source IP address of these requests to the external IP address of your remote website, if your f
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, It would be best to have administration screens to prompt for data and store the results. They would be necessary to create and update all the lookup tables, to avoid costly mistakes if you try to do things directly on the database tables. I have some source code at . It is a structured, procedural (non-object oriented) set of code libraries and a sample application for a basic CRUD
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Both the Apache and MySQL server run as a service under Windows. If you look at the Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Services, you will find that both wampapache and wampmysqld log in as the Local System account. It is necessary to have administrative privilege to access the WAMP icon in the System Tray, but as long as the PC is running, Apache and MySQL servers run without anyone h
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6 years ago
toivo
537. Re: email
Hi, WAMP does not have to come with an SMTP server for the PHP function mail() to be able to send messages through a relaying server. The mail() function works happily, passing the email messages to the SMTP server specified in the php.ini file. Here is an example of a function that is being called from a scheduled command line script to inform the webmaster that the daily database backup h
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Do you really have an SMTP server running on the same physical server as your WAMP server? Usually in Windows environment the SMPT server is somewhere else, that is why the address of the SMTP server is in the php.ini file. If you really have an SMTP server running and listening on your Windows box (which you can verify by going to the command prompt and typing in 'netstat -an' and l
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, As the error message suggests, you may not have an SMTP server running in your WAMP server which would respond to requests sent to TCP port 25. You need to find out the IP address of a mail server to which your WAMP server can send the SMTP messages and edit your php.ini configuration file at c:\wamp\Apache2\bin. Look for the lines: ; For Win32 only. SMTP = nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn and replace
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6 years ago
toivo
Hi, Please find the examples at You may want to start with the procedural style, get it working and then proceed to the object oriented style. Regards,
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