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SQLite 3.x

Discussion in 'Sitebuilder 3.0 for Linux' started by net4all, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. net4all

    net4all Guest

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    Hi guys,

    on our Desbian server we try to use SB dynamic modules, unsuccessfully.
    All PHP modules are set correctly as well as Apache and PHP configuration.

    But we use SQLite 3.x instead of SQLite 2.x which makes some modules unpublishable

    For us it's a non-sens to downgrade to an older version of SQLite 3.x
    Is there a way to go through with SQLite 3.x?

    I've looked in this forum and haven't found any informations about this.

    Thanks in advance for your answers.

    Regards
     
  2. caustic

    caustic Guest

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    do you have php 5.x on the publishing server? It is possible to have both sqlite2 (SQLite) and sqlite3 (pdo_sqlite) extensions.
     
  3. net4all

    net4all Guest

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    Thanks for the reply.

    Yes we have both PHP 4 and 5 on same server.

    But, as far as I know, there's no XSLT support with PHP5 with is also a requierment in order to have dynamic modules working.
    So if possible we would let SiteBuilder users under PHP4.

    Another idea?
     
  4. caustic

    caustic Guest

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    But, as far as I know, there's no XSLT support with PHP5
    As far as i know there is.

    So if possible we would let SiteBuilder users under PHP4.
    It is possible to use PHP4 for the published sites, however it takes some time to figure out how to compile sqlite 2.x extension for that version of PHP.
     
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