Good question... I dunno what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..
Thank you for your reply!.
> Have you changed the 2 configure files so the app knows what to look for,.
> where to look for it and what username/password to connect with?.
I already suspected that there must be some configuration file.
In osCommerce somewhere, but I didn't find anything in the docs..
In the documentation, the installation and setup instructions.
Only describe how to set up via a browser (and as I said in my.
Posting, this did not work). Could you please let me know where.
These configuration files are?.
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Thanks a lot, and I'm sorry if my question sounded a bit silly. It's.
The first time that I'm exposed to osCommerce and PHP ;-).
I found the two files, and also the define sections relating to the.
Database. Just out of curiosity: Do you happen to know why.
OsCommerce has two configure.php files with identical content.
In different directories? Isn't such a redundancy a bit dangerous?.
No worries, once you are familiar with osC, you will see the file structure is quite logical..
As far as the configure files go, redundant I would probably agree with, although I'm not too sure about dangerous. MS3, when it is finally stable, does away with the admin configure file...
Hello, could someone please kindly help me here?.
I was asked to modify an existing osCommerce application. Since I obviously.
Don't want to fiddle around on the life system, I thought that I should download.
The web app on my local PC. To this, I have first installed XAMPP, as this has.
PHP and MySql included. Then I downloaded the app. Also I made a DB export.
On the web server, downloaded the resulting text file, and ran the generated.
SQL commands via mysql..
Then I went to my local copy of the shop page via.
Not surprisingly, I get MySql error - the application needs.
Somehow to interact with the database, and it can't know.
Userid, password and other administrative information, can it?.
Checking the osCommerce docs, I found that the database needs to.
Be set up by pointing the web server to catalog/admin, but there.
(so I suspect the version of.
OsCommerce running for this customer does not match the documentation.
I downloaded from the osCommerce site)..
Now I am stuck. How can I find out what osCommerce version is running.
There? And more importantly, how can I specify how osCommerce attaches.
To the database? I had expected there to be some kind of INI file specifying.
The database parameters, but I was not able to find one....
It will know if you tell it..
Have you changed the 2 configure files so the app knows what to look for, where to look for it and what username/password to connect with?..