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#4 Define HTTP root folder

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2005-11-13
2005-01-21
Rene Leonhardt
No

I didn't want to run SQLiteManager 1.0.4 from my HTTP
server root
http://127.0.0.1/
but from
http://127.0.0.1/sqlite/

So I added a line to defined.inc.php
include\defined.inc.php(14): define ("HTTP_ROOT",
"/sqlite/");
and modified the URL references (src=, href=) in
index.php(19)
index.php(22)
index.php(23)
left.php(17)
left.php(23)
main.php(45)
main.php(49)
main.php(58)
include\common.lib.php(217)
include\common.lib.php(218)
include\common.lib.php(498)
include\SQLiteDbOption.class.php(116)
include\SQLiteDbOption.class.php(118)
include\SQLiteDbOption.class.php(208)
include\TableIndex.class.php(142)

It seems to work well, now I can access
http://127.0.0.1/sqlite/
:-)

Keep up the good work,
René

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