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Should I upgrade to mysql 5.0?
  • 2007/1/9 7:21

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Hi,

I am presently running XOOPS ver 2.2.2 on MySQL 4.1 on my production site.

Is it better for me to upgrade to MySQL 5.0? If not, could you please tell me what would be the advantages of staying with 4.1?

If so, is there something I have to pay attention to with 5.0 when I do the upgrade?

Also, should I upgrade ver 2.2.2 to 2.2.3a? Is this the most recent version? Is it worth the update?

Thank you.



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Re: Can we add javascript code in a Xoops page?
  • 2006/12/13 14:54

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Thanks for your prompt reply.

I'll give it a try and let you know how it went.



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Can we add javascript code in a Xoops page?
  • 2006/12/12 23:20

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Hi Everyone,

Can we add javascript code inside a XOOPS page?

I am trying to run a javascript script inside a datasheet section in XOOPS, but the javascript doesn't respond.

you can view an example of what I am trying to achieve here:
(click on the tab and it will change the css using javascript)

http://www.psaad.com/temp/tabs_test1.html

But in XOOPS the javascript code doesn't run:

http://www.minacom.com/modules/minaweb/index.php?command=defaultPage&operation=displayDataSheet&id=422

Is there a way to have javascript run on a XOOPS page?

Thanks.



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Re: Do I need to stop apache if I want to stop and restart mysql?
  • 2006/10/31 16:23

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[QUOTE]You can do that if you like, but since the site-closed setting is stored in the database, it wouldn't really have any effect if MySQL is not running.[/QUOTE]

Thanks Dave.

I'll have to put up a file that says the site is down in this case, we have alot of customers travelling by.



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Re: Do I need to stop apache if I want to stop and restart mysql?
  • 2006/10/31 16:04

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Quote:

m0nty wrote:
you should be able to start/stop MySQL without having to stop apache.

only time you really need to restart apache is if you have made changes to the apache config or php.

of course XOOPS will not work until MySQL has been restarted, and DB access for XOOPS should be fine if all you're doing is resetting the MySQL root password. I'm presuming your XOOPS db has a different username & password than the root uname/password.


Thanks Monty.

I made a mistake, I thought we upgraded to MySQL 5 but we have MySQL 4 installed.

Perfect so the only issue is that web users will not be able to go on the website.

Actually, should I Turn the site off from the XOOPS General Settings before I do anything with MySQL reset?

So that they can read that the site is closed for maintenance?

Thanks again.



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Do I need to stop apache if I want to stop and restart mysql?
  • 2006/10/31 15:36

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Hi Everyone,

I have MySQL 5.0 installed and its running under linux & apache.

My XOOPS version is 2.2.2.

I lost my root password for MySQL and I need to Reset the root password in order to gain access again.

I am about to follow the procedure under the Unix environment for MySQL root password reset:
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/resetting-permissions.html

But I was told that if Apache is still running in the background that it will go crazy cause XOOPS doesn't have have access to databases...

Is that true? Should I first stop apache from running and then reset my sql password? Is there something I have to do in order to avoid having problems with XOOPS when resetting my sql root password?

If so, does anyone know where I can find the information for a newbie on how to successfully stop and restart apache ?

Thanks in advance!

Patrick S.
Web Designer
Minacom.com



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Re: SecurityImage not functioning properly
  • 2006/10/27 15:03

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Quote:
xoops 2.11? there isn't a 2.11 version of xoops

you mean 2.0.11??

i would suggest updating to 2.0.15 as XOOPS 2.0.11 has issues with PHP 5 & definitely will not work correctly with MySQL 5


Found my XOOPS version:
define("XOOPS_VERSION","XOOPS 2.2.2");

I believe I must do an update ?



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Re: SecurityImage not functioning properly
  • 2006/10/27 14:49

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Quote:

kris_fr wrote:
Hi

Quote:

boumbo wrote:
XOOPS Version: 2.11


Xoops JP, XOOPS Cube or XOOPS ?

A +


I believe its Xoops.

Im sorry, forgive me for my lack of knowledge in xoops, I am trying to learn how it functions. I did not do the initial installation. I just know how to go around and deal with the pages and forms.



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Re: SecurityImage not functioning properly
  • 2006/10/27 14:43

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Quote:

kris_fr wrote:
where do you have to download your version of XOOPS ?
please

ou s'il te plaît
A +


You mean Where did I download XOOPS from?

Je suis navré. Je ne comprends pas la question.



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Re: SecurityImage not functioning properly
  • 2006/10/27 13:42

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