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Work in php7 in local

Thread began 7/23/2019 6:26 am by Oscar (Xavia Digital) | Last modified 7/24/2019 10:58 am by Ray Borduin | 17 views | 1 replies |

Oscar (Xavia Digital)

Work in php7 in local

Hi!

I have installed the latest version of dreamweaver 19.2 along with the latest version of data brigue but I have a problem.

With my wampp server in php version 5.6 I can use it perfectly, generate recordsets in mysqli etc.
However, when I activate php 7.x, in any of its subversions I get the following error:

Your PHP server doesn't have the MySQL module loaded or you can't use the mysql_ (p) connect functions.

When however the connection is in mysqli, and in fact the online site is working in php7, but I cannot work on the test server in php7.(It seems that it trying to use the old mysql connections)

The conexion is mysqli, and the recordset is also created in mysqli.

Which may be due? Is there any option that is necessary to touch to work locally in php7?

Thanks greetings!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd have to take a look. If you are using DataBridge 2 or WebAssist MySQLi server behaviors and used our connection interface to create the connection, then this shouldn't be an issue. Maybe try reinstalling our extension. If you have the old Adobe connection scripts on the server, then you would get that error, but our extensions should overwrite them. It could also be an issue with your testing server settings.

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