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  1. In 2015 the previously well respected SourceFourge was accused of various shady practices including adding malware to compiled downloads. Even though SourceForge has since changed its stance, I am wondering if this might be the same problem???
  2. I want to install ignitefusion on the mini server 8 this config used to work on the old uniform server (WAY back) but they don't work on mini server 8 apache httpd.conf - the server starts then stops can you tell me what the correct config would be based on the following old one below thanks! Megan #ignite stuff ----START --- #create virtual directory to point to the directory where IgniteDB.exe exists ScriptAlias /if/ /usr/local/if/ #Add extensions associations AddType application/x-httpd-ignitedb .ign .cfm .cfml #Tie extensions to executable Action application/x-httpd-ignitedb "/if/ignitedb.exe" #ignite stuff ---- END ---
  3. I am trying out the mini server 8 in preparation for a project It seems to start fine but when I go to http://localhost:8088/phpminiadmin.php I get the following error Cannot connect to the database because: Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) what should I do?? I am on windows 7 64x thanks, Megan
  4. Hi yes I do have the express version of railo - I just want to figure out how I could integrate railo with uniform server (& Jetty or Tomcat) so I can run it all together and use cfm, php as needed along with mysql - thanks! Megan
  5. Hi There - since Railo Coldfusion engine/server http://www.getrailo.org/index.cfm/download/ (scroll down to downloads area) can run on apache I would love to install it to run on Uniform Server - can anyone give me some guidance for how I might go about doing that??? thanks, Megan
  6. javascript is parsed by the browser and php by the server - the php server parses the php code and returns the result to the web server which passes it to the browser and then the browser handles the html, js, css client side
  7. really look at what the error code says so it is not the ajax or the php it is the SQL statement you need to be looking at in your sql you currently have "select FROM *" see anything wrong about that? SQL is very logical - you are wanting to say select everything from the table or "select * FROM"
  8. Sorry Bob - with this guy I guess my brain "read" wordpad instead of notepad - so yes notepad is fine ;P ~megan
  9. that looks like PHP not SQL and I've heard google is really good for looking up information on stuff other possible resources you might find helpful http://www.lynda.com/MySQL-training-tutorials/260-0.html http://www.lynda.com/PHP-training-tutorials/282-0.html http://www.vtc.com/products/Real-World-Pro...5-Tutorials.htm http://www.vtc.com/products/QuickStart!...5-Tutorials.htm http://www.vtc.com/products/MySQL-5-Develo...1-tutorials.htm hth ~megan
  10. don't use notepad - use a TEXT editor I like notetab but that's because I'm used to it and I wrote my own code library - check out this link for text editor recos http://lifehacker.com/385929/best-text-editors ~megan
  11. I agree Bob - plus if you spend all your time "beta testing" the newest versions of this and that, you never build your app (there's something new being released every day) ... but then I am much more goal oriented than procedure oriented ;P ~megan
  12. to delete a database first click on the name of the database you want to delete (left col menu) then click on "Drop" near the top left of the right hand pane above the list of tables - you will get an alert asking if you really want to do it hth ~megan PS you can download a pdf book on mastering phpmyadmin from http://socifiles.com/d/c676ad the password is libproject.net
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    MySQL Workbench?

    HI here - I personally find phpmyadmin easier to use than workbench but I think that's because I am used to phpmyadmin and haven't taken the time to learn workbench there are tutorials at http://www.siteground.com/tutorials/phpmyadmin/ but all you have to go is google for phpmyadmin tutorial or go to youtube and do a search - as for setting up uniserver as a service have you tried the wiki http://wiki.uniformserver.com
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    MySQL Workbench?

    is there a reason why you don't want to use phpmyadmin? just wondering, megan
  15. sorry if this is a silly question, but when you first went to the system tray blue box did you first click "Start UniServer" and give it a moment for the servers to start before you clicked phpMyAdmin ?? thanks, megan
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