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Setting Up Registration Package from a folder in the root directory of a web site

Thread began 1/08/2011 4:33 pm by dgwhit288523 | Last modified 1/10/2011 7:12 am by Jason Byrnes | 1096 views | 2 replies |


Setting Up Registration Package from a folder in the root directory of a web site

I have a client who wants to have a registration program as well as an ecommerce site linked to his main site. I have purchased both solution packs for both. I have put all of the solution files for both in two folders in the root directory of the main site. I have configured the connections to the database, etc. as if the files, connection folder, etc, were in the root directory of the main site.

One called "registration" and one called "ecommerce".

I have worked with both solution packages and have had no issues setting up either one if both are in the root directory of the site.

Setting the programs up in the two folders in the the root directory of the main site will not work.

How do I accomplish this?

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Sorry for the question above. I find that I made a mistake in creating the correct path to the database from within the connections folder.

Issue solved.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Great, glad to hear you have this issue solved.

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