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    Unanswered: php/sql on local netweork (office)

    hello everyone i m using easyphp on windows XP i have made a simple LEDGER that i want to run on more than 4 PC can anyone help me how can i do that ?

    do i have to install easyPHP on each computer or i will work like http://mycomputername\\localhost



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    so assuming you have created a web based PHP application
    you need to point each client workstation to the webserver that is runnign the application

    ..that depends in part on how you have set up your network, how the domain management is handeld, if you use the hosts file

    but in principle the URL should be:-
    http://mydomain/index.htm

    or if you wish
    http://myipaddress/index.htm
    I'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton

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    hello healdem

    my princepal url is
    http://localhost/index.html

    my ip is 192.168.0.2 on network and 127.0.0.1 genrated by EASY PHP but this url doesn't open when i type this address on others PC's browser and yes its a web based PHP application .
    please help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by faran100
    hello healdem

    my princepal url is
    http://localhost/index.html

    my ip is 192.168.0.2 on network and 127.0.0.1 genrated by EASY PHP but this url doesn't open when i type this address on others PC's browser and yes its a web based PHP application .
    please help me
    why do you think you cannot access your site if you use localhost as the domain name on the other client workstations. what do you think is the problem.

    What setup are you using for your web server.. what IP address(s) is it listening on. It could also be the port id is correctly set.

    how is your network configured
    do you use a DNS (domain name server) OR do you use a hosts file, is so how are your network server and client configured. mebbe its even part of you Acitve Directory or LDAp config. Talk to your network trolls they should be able to tell you what URL's you need to use.

    My first guess is that you are not using DNS or LDAP or Active Directory, but you haven't added the IP addresses and local machine domain names to the HOSTS.SAM file on each client.

    so effectively each client machine doesn't know how to decode the the IP address or domain name into a physical location.
    I'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton

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