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Power Gallery/Power CMS Database Integratiion

Thread began 1/28/2010 3:45 pm by shadow329043 | Last modified 1/29/2010 7:39 pm by Eric Mittman | 1143 views | 3 replies |

shadow329043

Power Gallery/Power CMS Database Integratiion

Hi Guys - Am in the middle of the database integration of PowerGallery/PowerCMS and HTMLeditor. I placed the WA_evaluate file in the site root and moved to step two. On the page where I wanted to place PowerGallery, the instructions stated that I should look for the database binding "<?php echo $row_WADAProducts["ProductLongDesc"]; ?>".
The only thing that I found on the page was
<?php
$pg_id = '1';
$pg_theme = 'light';
include('/var/www/vhosts/shadowsnetwork.com/httpdocs/gallery/galleries/grid_lightbox/index.php');
?>

So what am I missing here?

Also, putting the WA_evaluate file in the site root - is this location better than putting it in the PowerGallery folder?

Shadow

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Eric Mittman

That line you are looking for is for the PowerStore. It is the items description. Please post back and include some more detail about what specifically you are trying to implement on this page and we can help point you in the rite direction.

You should place that file into the same directory as the pages that you will want display the info on.

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shadow329043

I am really just doing the database integrration step- I am basically integrating all the Webasist extensions and solutions that I currently own (like HTMLeditor and PowerCMS to name a few) into a working "test" site for clients to look at. I didn't realize that the code that I was looking at was for PowerStore - while do I plan on adding PowerStore as an available option for clients, I don't plan on adding it just yet. So i would now assume that further database integration isn't necssary just yet......since I do have both PowerCMS and PowerGallery working together already.

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Eric Mittman

You would only need to add this in if you are replacing the Power Store product description with a gallery from Power Gallery.

If you got the Power Gallery and Power CMS working together then you should be ok for now.

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