DWebPro Stand Alone Web Server
Getting Started with DWebPro
What is DWebPro?
System Requirements
DWebPro Architecture
Compatibility Issues
ASP.NET Compatibility
ColdFusion Compatibility
ASP Classic 3.0 Support
The aspisapi.ini Configuration File
The Server.NewMail Object
The Server.Registry Object
The Request.Upload Object
Where to Obtain Technical Assistance
Changes since DWebPro 5.2
Configuring DWebPro
Add-On Packages
DWebPro Configurator Tabs
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PHP Extensions
The php_dwebpro Extension
The php_registry Extension
DWebPro Service
Frequently Asked Questions
General FAQs
Primary Web Server FAQs
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PHP and MySQL FAQs
ASP Classic 3.0 and Microsoft Access FAQs
Licensing FAQs
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HOWTOs / Tutorials
How To Create Your CD/DVD
How To Read DWebPro Internal Constants From Code
How To Distribute a PHP/MySQL Web Site With DWebPro
How To Distribute ASP Classic 3.0/Microsoft Access Web Site With DWebPro
How To Use Microsoft Access Database On CD/DVD
How To Test a DWebPro Project Without Burning CDs/DVDs
Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel Setup
Create the ISO image
Activate the ISO image
How To Create An Install Package With DWebPro
How To Test Your Install Packages With The FREE License
How To Protect Your License From Stealing With The DWebPro License Bundler
How To Protect Your PHP and ASP Classic 3.0 source Code From Stealing With The DWebPro Encoder
How To Translate The DWebPro Interface
How To Personalize The HTTP Error Messages
How To Create A Trial Version Of Your Web Applications With DWebPro
How To ReBrand DWebPro With A DWebPro ReBrand License
How To Test Your mod_rewrite Directives With The Rewrite Engine Tester
License
DWebPro Licensing Model
Limitations of the Free License
DWebPro EULA
Copyright Notes

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MySQL

The MySQL tab enables you to modify configuration settings specific to MySQL databases.

The MySQL tab
The MySQL tab

MySQL is licensed under a double license: GPL and commercial. For more details, please refer to the MySQL licensing information at the following Web sites:

More information about the MySQL support are explained in the PHP and MySQL FAQs topic.

You can download a preconfigured package for MySQL support in the Add-On Packages topic.

The fields in http.ini specific to the MySQL section are shown below:

[MySQL]
 
; MySQL Engine settings
 
Start=1
DemonPath=##DWEBPRO_PATH##\engine\mysql\bin\mysqld.exe
BinDir=##DWEBPRO_PATH##\engine\mysql\bin
BaseDir=##DWEBPRO_PATH##\engine\mysql
DataDir=##DWEBPRO_PATH##\engine\mysql\data
Username=H/WxhC
Password=
CustomParams=--skip-innodb --pid-file="##TEMP##\dwebpro_mysql.pid"

; Network settings

Port=3306
FindFreePort=1

; Startup / Shutdown settings

RunLocally=0
ShowShutDownTimeOutMessage=0
ShutDownTimeout=5000
ShutDownOnExit=1

; File Copy settings

CopyDataToHardDisk=0
DestinationDir=
DatabaseVersion=1
DeleteOldDatabases=1
ShowCopyProgressWindow=1
AskUserForCopy=0
AskUserForCopyDefaultButton=Yes
Overwrite=0
AskUserForOverwrite=0
AskUserForOverwriteDefaultButton=Yes
ClearOnShutDown=0
AskUserForClearOnShutDown=0
AskUserForClearOnShutDownDefaultButton=Yes

; Interactice Install settings

UseInteractiveInstall=0
SpaceNeeded=1048576
MySQL Engine settings
Start MySQL
Start
Start MySQL specifies whether MySQL is started upon start up of DWebPro.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Daemon Path
DaemonPath
Daemon Path specifies the path pointing to the MySQL daemon, normally mysqld.exe, that will be opened by DWebPro. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information on paths.
Accepted values: string
Binary Directory
BinDir
Binary Directory specifies the path of the directory where the MySQL daemon is located. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information on paths.
Accepted values: string
Base Directory
BaseDir
Base Directory specifies the base path to the directory where the MySQL engine resides. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information on paths.
Accepted values: string
Data Directory
DataDir
Data Directory specifies the path of the directory where the database files reside. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information on paths.
Accepted values: string
Username
Username
Username specifies the user name of a user that has MySQL shutdown privileges or permissions. Since both username and password are encrypted, you must use the DWebPro Configurator to specify these values.
Accepted values: string
Password
Password
Password specifies the password of a user that has MySQL shutdown privileges or permissions. Since both username and password are encrypted, you must use the DWebPro Configurator to specify these values.
Accepted values: string
Custom Params
CustomParams
Custom Params specifies additional parameters that will be passed to the MySQL daemon at startup.
Accepted values: string
Network settings
Port
Port
Port specifies the port on which MySQL listens.
Accepted values: integer
Find Free Port
FindFreePort
Find Free Port specifies whether DWebPro should search for free ports on which to start MySQL. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information.
Accepted values: 0, 1

When you use the Find Free Port option, you have to use the ##DWEBPRO_MYSQL_PORT## constant in the connection string to connect to the correct instance of MySQL. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information. Here is a PHP example:

$host = '127.0.0.1:' . dwebpro_getvar('DWEBPRO_MYSQL_PORT');
mysql_connect($host, 'root', ''); 
Startup / Shutdown settings
Run Locally
RunLocally
Run Locally specifies whether DWebPro should copy files to the user's file system for running MySQL. Selecting this option (1), bypasses the copy process and runs MySQL locally. Note that you can run locally only when you run DWebPro from a hard drive or other writable media. Using this option can be useful during the development phase.If you want to run your Web application on CD/DVD, you must not select this option (0).
Accepted values: 0, 1
Show Shutdown Timeout Message
ShowShutDownTimeOutMessage
Show Shutdown Timeout Message specifies whether DWebPro prompts the user prior to closing MySQL.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Shutdown Timeout
ShutDownTimeout
Shutdown Timeout specifies the timeout, in milliseconds, before MySQL is forced to close.
Accepted values: integer
Shutdown on Exit
ShutDownOnExit
Shutdown on Exit specifies whether MySQL is closed on DWebPro shutdown.
Accepted values: 0, 1
File Copy settings
Copy Data to Hard Disk (from data directory to destination directory)
CopyDataToHardDisk
Copy Data to Hard Disk specifies whether the MySQL database is copied to the user's hard drive.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Destination Directory
DestinationDir
Destination Directory specifies the path of the directory to which the database files will be copied. Refer to the DWebPro Internal Constants topic for additional information on paths.
Accepted values: string
Database Version
DatabaseVersion
Database Version specifies the version of the MySQL database. If you want to distribute your application with different versions of the database or distribute an updated version of the database within the same application, you can use this field to specify which version of the database you are distributing and let DWebPro automatically start the database server with the correct database.
Accepted values: integer
Delete Old Databases
DeleteOldDatabases
Delete Old Databases specifies whether DWebPro has to delete an existing MySQL database before copying a new one.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Show Copy Progress Window
ShowCopyProgressWindow
Show Copy Progress Window specifies whether the progress window displays during file copy routines.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Ask user for copy
AskUserForCopy
Ask user for copy specifies whether DWebPro prompts the user to confirm the copy of the files into the destination directory.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Default Button
AskUserForCopyDefaultButton
Default Button specifies the default button on the confirmation form for files copy.
Accepted values: Yes, No
Overwrite
Overwrite
Overwrite specifies whether the databases copied to the user's hard drive are overwritten.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Ask User for Overwrite
AskUserForOverwrite
Ask User for Overwrite specifies whether DWebPro prompts the user to confirm the copy of the files if the destination directory already exists.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Default Button
AskUserForOverwriteDefaultButton
Default Button specifies the default button on the confirmation form for files copy.
Accepted values: Yes, No
Clear on Shutdown
ClearOnShutdown
Clear on Shutdown specifies whether DWebPro deletes the files copied to the user's file system prior to closing.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Ask User for Clear on Shutdown
AskUserForClearOnShutDown
Ask User Clear on Shutdown specifies whether DWebPro prompts the user to confirm the deletions of the files in the destination directory prior to closing.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Default Button
AskUserForOverwriteDefaultButton
Default Button specifies the default button on the confirmation form for files deletion.
Accepted values: Yes, No
Interactive Install settings
Use Interactive Install
UseInteractiveInstall
Use Interactive Install specifies whether DWebPro uses the Interactive Installation procedure. Refer to the Interactive Install Workflow topic for more information.
Accepted values: 0, 1
Space Needed
SpaceNeeded
Space Needed specifies the needed space for the copy. Use the drop-down box to the right of this field to specify the units of space desired. This option is relevant only when using the Use Interactive Install option. Refer to the Interactive Install Workflow topic for more information.
Accepted values: integer

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