Yesterday I placed a copy of your application at one of my servers, running Apache2 and PHP 5.0.3 on the Windows 2000 pro platform.
I'm very impressed by your excellent application, but unfortunately I can't get password authentication to work, when trying to get access with any of the userid/passwords from the config.db I can't get access.
In the defined.inc.php I'm using the following settings:
but since it produces an invalid path I changed it to:
However, none of them enables a successful authentication.
I'm also using:
But since I have no idea if the define ("INCLUDE_LIB", "./include/"); is associated with an absolute or a relative path, I just left it as it was.
Since the dirname(__FILE__); returns this on my system: C:\Programmer\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\SQLiteManager
can you tell me exactly which slashes I need to change to backslashes in the defined.inc.php ?
I guess I found the reason why the AUTHENTICATION won't work on my setup which works in the CGI MODE.
According to information found here:
http://www.zend.com/manual/features.http-auth.php the authentication won't work in CGI MODE.
New question is, if you would consider a secondary authentication system which will be used in case of CGI MODE?
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