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PowerStore3 Solution Pack upload question

Thread began 4/02/2010 12:45 pm by dave378160 | Last modified 4/05/2010 8:19 pm by Jimmy Wu | 784 views | 5 replies |

dave378160

PowerStore3 Solution Pack upload question

I've purchased the webassist PowerStore3 Solution Pack. I've read the "read me" and it says to upload "ALL" files to the server. I've create a folder and called it "store". I've removed and uploaded the PowerStore300 files to the "store" folder. Now, do I upload the three remaining folders "CMS102", "PowerGallery110" and "UserRegistration100"? Or do I take the file contents of all three folders and place them in the "store" folder where I put the PowerStore300 files? The reason I'm asking if I need to remove the files from the folder and place them in the "store" is that it looks like some of the files have the same name in the CMS102, PowerStore300 and UserRegistration100. For example, there is a folder in all three that has a folder name of WA_Dataassist among others. IF I move the files into the same shop folder it's going to want to replace the same folders from PowerStore300.

I have the install wizard showing in my browser now indicating that the server diagnostics are good. I want to make sure about the files question before I go any further with the install wizard.

Thanks for any help
Dave Turton

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Jimmy Wu

You're talking about different solutions, not the same solution. You purchased the solution suite, which contains all our solutions. The PowerStore files you've already uploaded. You would most likely want to create a separate directory to put the PowerGallery110 files and another one for the CMS102 files.

For the other 2, take a look at the support files to see how you can incorporate them into an existing site:
contact-form/
user-registration/

There are useful guides on the rest of the solutions on the support pages as well:
support/

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dave378160

Ahh, thanks Jimmy. Got the site up and running. Going to install the PowerGallery then figure out how to integrate it into the store. That should do it for me if I figure that part out :).

I do have one question left. When I do the install on the PowerGallery, will that require a separate MySQL database too or can I use the one I set up for the Powerstore?

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Jimmy Wu

The database tables shouldn't interfere with each other, so using the same database should be fine.

Make sure you follow the steps from the Database Integration Update to get the PowerGallery working with PowerStore:
productdownload.php?PID=292

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dave378160

Thanks Jimmy. I downloaded the file. In the notes it reads:

Note: In order for the gallery to display, your PowerGallery files must be stored within the same site as the pages displaying the gallery.

So is this telling me to just put my PowerGallery folder in the same folder as my shop? Because that's sort of what I'm getting from it. Or does it mean just the jpegs for the shop need to be in the folder with the PowerStore? So basically my directory will be:

/shop (with powerstore3 files) /powergallery (with all the powergallery images and content)

instead of:

/shop
/powergallery

I hope that made sense.

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Jimmy Wu

I believe this means that it has to be in the same domain, not the same directory. So having it in a separate directory, but on the same domain should be fine as long as you've set up the rest of the files correctly.

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