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Getting started with PowerStore and DataBridge

Thread began 6/27/2019 6:23 pm by masommers | Last modified 7/09/2019 7:12 pm by Ray Borduin | 27 views | 3 replies |

masommers

Getting started with PowerStore and DataBridge

I am trying to do a complete makeover of my site using DataBridge and Powerstore 4.5.4. I am trying to understand how to build locally with the templates then upload to my hosting server. The DataBridge site has no up-to-date information regarding how to get started, all of the videos are from 6 years ago. I am using Dreamweaver 2019. Are there any tutorials, help guides on using the tools?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

There aren't any tutorials to cover everything, but if you ask specific questions here then I can help you through it.

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masommers

Getting started

I am trying to setup my website locally first using Powerstore 4.5.1. I will be setting up a store from the site. My question is, how do I use the webassist tools to create it locally, first just to have a front end so that I have at least a main page. Subsequently I will setup the store with using the SQL database. Can I do this? Following the instructions I see on the Webassist site, it appears that I have to do all of the backend stuff with the database first.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You would have to install something like XAMPP so you would have a local database and web server. Then you could install a local copy to work with until you were ready to go live.

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