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Thread began 5/10/2010 2:56 pm by rmtoelle346587 | Last modified 5/11/2010 2:05 pm by Dani Chankhour | 732 views | 4 replies |

rmtoelle346587

PowerStore3 installation

Does PowerStore3 have its own PHP built in? What is the process to install PowerStore on windows server 2003 R2 32bit OS. I have PowerStore3 running on Windows Vista PC with XAMPP. I want to transfer everything to our main server, come to find out it already has SQL Server 2005 already installed, will I need XAMPP? Or can I install powerstore in our website directory/order and use SQL Server 2005 for the DB. I already exported the SQL DB file from XAMPP and saved it to upload to the main server along with all the PowerStore3 files.
Will I still need cURL? as well? I tried to load XAMPP and got conflicts with SQL Server 2005, the ports that it uses is 80 which is the same as XAMPP. this is getting confusing to me, I am a novice for sure.
Please help, I have been working on this for a month now. I dont want to have to start over to install it all on the server. It was hard enough to configure on my Vista PC, I never did get Pay Pal to work or Fed EX.... thanks for any help you can give me

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Dani Chankhour

PowerStore does not wok with SQL Server 2005.

is your windows server going to be your live server?

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rmtoelle346587

PowerStore does not work with SQL server

OK, so now I am stuck... again, what is the process to install Powerstore on Windows Server 2003?

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rmtoelle346587

Live server

Yes Windows 2k3 is live server, whats next step? How do I get the XAMPP to work, or is there another program to use for W2k3? What about PHPmyadmin? do I need that, and cURL?
This is getting ridiculous for me to figure out, I am just trying to install the program on the server, I have to get this running... soon

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Dani Chankhour

You can try installing PHP separately.

here is a link that i found that includes the steps you need to take to install PHP:

php2003/

PHP/

We also have a document that is for xp and vista but you might use it as a refernce:

web_dev_begin.pdf

next you would want to install mysql:

watch?v=1uYmkKU4ai0

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