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Installation procedure powerstore 3

Thread began 5/11/2010 1:55 pm by rmtoelle346587 | Last modified 5/17/2010 12:44 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1098 views | 6 replies |

rmtoelle346587

Installation procedure powerstore 3

I have posted this already, have not heard back for 2 days. I am installing PowerStore3
on Windows Server 2003, its a live server with our own domain. What is the procedure to use the existing Powerstore3 files that I created on a Windows Vista PC that had XAMPP on it.
I was able to get the Webstore up and running for the most part on the Vista PC except PayPal and FedEx shipping, all the items showed up with the pictures and prices etc... now I need to transfer everything to the live 2003 server, it has ComAgent for MDaemon email client and FileZilla FTP, one of your techs asked me if it is a live server, which I responded yes, thats all I have heard back for two days. I have been trying to get this installed for over 3 weeks now, finally installed it after adding cURL, myPHPadmin and XAMPP on my PC, now I find out that XAMPP wont work with Server 2003, this is a JOKE right? Why can't I get the answers I need to install this from WebAssist tech support, you have no phone support, and take hours to respond to my posts, what am I supposed to do now????? I started an identical post 2 days ago, now this one, Will someone tell me why I cant get PowerStore to start the installation process on the Windows 2003 server??? When I type localhost/Powerstore3 it takes me to the email client main page and does not install powerstore3, HELP HELP HELP

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Justin Nemeth

Dani responded to your other thread. Server issues are not always straightforward for us to troubleshoot. In your case the live server is not configured to run PHP or MySQL yet, so Dani provided some links to get you started there. Getting your server up an running is independent of the solution itself. The installation wizard helps detect some server things, but at a minimum we have to assume you have a functioning web server with PHP installed before getting to that point.

Also, it is best to stick with your original thread since it already has a place in the queue to be answered.

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rmtoelle346587

PHP installed, still not working

I went through the process of installing PHP, it seems to have installed properly, it shows the components in IIS manager as allowed with a green checkmark, I followed the steps to the letter. But when I try to run the php test script it does not work. Also when I try to open the website location I get this message.

Directory Listing Denied
This Virtual Directory does not allow contents to be listed.

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rmtoelle346587

Mysql and PHP installation for PowerStore3

I installed PHP and it does not seem to be working, I installed MySql and it is working, the PHP shows up in IIS as configured properly, any suggestions on what to do about PHP? Is PHP supposed to run as a service like MySql does? It is not in the list like MySql is, I am a novice and don't know

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when you get the error:
Directory Listing Denied
This Virtual Directory does not allow contents to be listed.


it means you have typed in a folder name but not provided a page to look for:
loalhost/

In IIS index.php is not a default file that will be picked up automatically, so you need to type it in:
index.php

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rmtoelle346587

Local host not found

After installing PHP I log into index.php
it says: NOT FOUND
any idea?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the address:
index.php


maps to the following location in IIS:
c:\inetpub\wwwroot\index.php


If your powerstore files are stored in a sub directory of the wwwroot folder, you need to adjust the path you are using accordingly.

For example, if the powerstore files where extracted to:
c:\inetpub\wwwroot\PowerStore\



the address to use is:
index.php

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