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First question I have is Which sites offer simple song recommendation without comments like http://www.iPage.com/patrickwayod Thanks in advance for any answer or 2. Another question... 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.

Http://localhost/.

..

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.

Was no.

Http://localhost/catalog/admin.

(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....

Sette..

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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..

Comment #1

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?.

This post has been edited by.

Sette.

: 03 September 2008, 10:32..

Comment #2

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?.

Kind regards,.

Sette..

Comment #3

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...

Comment #4

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.

Http://localhost/.

..

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.

Was no.

Http://localhost/catalog/admin.

(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....

Sette..

Comment #5

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?..

Comment #6


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