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Thread began 2/20/2010 5:10 pm by esms | Last modified 2/26/2010 1:04 pm by esms | 3582 views | 28 replies

esmsBeta Tester

  My connections folder the connection file has:

# FileName="Connection_php_mysql.htm"
# Type="MYSQL"
# HTTP="true"
$hostname_PowerStoreConnection = "localhost";
$database_PowerStoreConnection = "databasename"
$username_PowerStoreConnection = "root";
$password_PowerStoreConnection = "root
$PowerStoreConnection = mysql_pconnect($hostname_PowerStoreConnection, $username_PowerStoreConnection, $password_PowerStoreConnection) or trigger_error(mysql_error(),E_USER_ERROR);

Hello Ian,

Sorry, I got confused about the last points you made. Do you mean you entered all that in the Database tab in DWCS4?

See screenshot - mySQLinDWCS4

Is the password here supposed to be entered as 'Root' as you have done? I couldn't see that in the Powerstore 3 getting started user guide.

In phpMyAdmin, it suggests there is no password set but doesn't seem to allow me to enter one that makes any link to the DWCS4 Database tab. See 3 x screenshots.

When I run an F12 preview, the Simple Installation Wizard fails at step 2 each time no matter what settings I decide to put into it. Should I copy your longer settings to see if it works? See screen shot.

I realise you might not get chance to respond before I disappear for a couple of days. I hoped to have more info to give to my neighbour's son before he takes my laptop into his college. He did suggest I make sure I get the latest version of the software before he looks at it. I think I have this - I'll check.

I'll download it again if I get chance in case my version was somehow corrupted.


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