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document Setting Up Folder Permissions in Internet Information Services (IIS)
This article explains how to set up write permissions in the required folders for configuring IIS 7.0, 7.5, or 8.0 for KBPublisher. Using the standard folders structure for IIS and KBPublisher set write permissions for following folders: C:/interpub/wwwroot/kb_upload - for uploads via HTML...
14 Dec, 2013
document How can I backup and restore database?
You can use mysqldump to create a simple backup of your database using the following syntax: Backup:  mysqldump -u [username] -p[password] -h[host] [databasename] > [backupfile.sql] Restore:  mysql -u [username] -p[password] -h[host] [databasename] < [backupfile.sql] ...
08 Feb, 2010
document How to change ft_min_word_len variable
Normally it is not recommended to change variables that control MySQL fulltext index behaviour (such as ft_min_word_len or ft_max_word_len) but if you really need to... MySQL config file would usually be found on Windows under C:\Windows\my.ini and on Linux under /etc/my.cnf Edit the file and...
07 Apr, 2015
document How do I change the PHP memory limit?
In an .htaccess file in the KBPublisher installation directory change and uncomment line: php_value memory_limit For example, if the desired limit is 32 MB, the following directive would be placed in the .htaccess: php_value memory_limit "32M" If you are on windows with IIS server .htaccess...
14 Nov, 2015
document How do I change the PHP Max Upload file size?
In an .htaccess file in the KBPublisher installation directory change and uncomment line: php_value upload_max_filesize For example, if the desired filesize is 3 meg, the following directive would be placed in the .htaccess: php_value upload_max_filesize "3M" You also may want to change the...
28 Mar, 2011
document How can I create a phpinfo.php page?
To create the file simply add the following lines of code to a blank document and name the file phpinfo.php <?php phpinfo(); ?> Save the file as phpinfo.php and place it in the desired directory. Lastly, call the script from a browser. Example:...
19 Feb, 2010
document How can I find my "Full server path"?
A full server path is the path your system uses to define where your own files are located on the server (as opposed to files belonging to other users). You can determine the path while you are logged in via FTP (some programs will tell you this) or while using a File Manager tool in your...
03 Mar, 2010