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Editing Power Store3 in Dreamweaver

Thread began 2/15/2010 5:46 pm by dennis372614 | Last modified 2/17/2010 3:26 pm by Dani Chankhour | 839 views | 2 replies |

dennis372614

Editing Power Store3 in Dreamweaver

I have The Super Suite extensions form Web Assist
I want to add Menus and work with ecart using DreamweaverCS4

I setup the Power Store 3 at my ISP and is working, So I wanted to work with it locally
I FTP all the files to my local system Windows 7 running xaamp,
I put the files in Folder named PowerStore300
C:\xaamp\htdocs\PowerStore3
Not sure which file is the database connection?
At my ISP MySQL I had setup database power_store3
I tried to export and download it, and use this database.

Not sure how to go about what connections in testing server connection to use in Dreamweaver?
Dennis

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Dani Chankhour

You should use your local server database instead of your liver server database. So you can just change the database information in the Connection/PowerStoreConnection.php file to match your local settings. Make sure to have a backup copy for your live server, so you don't mix the two together.

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dennis372614

Setting up Powerstore in xaamp!

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dennis372614

Using local server xaamp!

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Dani Chankhour

Yes, you are correct, you can just run PowerStore locally using your local database and Powerstores will create the database.

But you need to have a mysql server installed first.

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