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21st February 2008, 03:24 PM #1
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My Little Helpdesk v0.9.6b
I am struggling to set this up with SQLexpress 2005. Has anyone succeded in doing this? If so, could you give me precise details? I cannot get past the initial setup page that sets up the database - either failed login or cannot find database errors. Many thanks.
21st February 2008, 03:26 PM #2
I set up the previous version using the windows mysql port.
25th February 2008, 08:31 PM #3
@pmassingham: Have you managed to get this running yet?
If not do you have any error messages I could look at as there have been no reported problem with SQL 2005
5th March 2008, 10:39 AM #4
Hi, I'm getting the same results here as well.
I'm a complete SQL noob and decided to go with MS SQL2005 Express for "ease of use".
I've installed that and also the administration download for it as well. Made a database called MLH.
OK. I've not got the foggiest how to set the DBUser and DBPass on the database.
strDatabaseType = "mssql2005" 'set to either mysql, mssql, mssql2005 or access
strDBName = "MLH"
strServerName = "10.98.2.54"
strDBUser = "????"
strDBPass = "????"
If I have done the DBUser and DBPass part correctly in MSSQL2005 I've set them both to MLH as well (this is just a test run to set it up).
I get an error after clicking the I agree part when I go to the MLH system. I'll get the error for you after I restart the PC and re-install a new MSSQL2005 DB and MLH into the IIS root again.
This is the error I get now after clicking on I Agree.
Active Server Pages error 'ASP 0131'
Disallowed Parent Path
/MLH/Install/mysql.asp, line 1
The Include file '../incs/functions.asp' cannot contain '..' to indicate the parent directory.
Last edited by ninjabeaver; 5th March 2008 at 11:06 AM.
27th March 2008, 03:55 PM #5
Got MLH working!
Have just managed to set up MLH, we had exactly the same problem, after a little bit of Googling we found the the following which solved the problem
Right click on your website in IIS, click properties -> home directory -> configuration -> options -> enable parent paths
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