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Installing PHP under Windows: Further Configuration of WAMP

PHPIn his last article, Matthew showed us how to successfully install and configure WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL and PHP) to setup a development environment.  In this next piece, learn how to make use of the Apache and PHP configuration files to further enhance your server needs.

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By: Matthew Phillips
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December 11, 2003
  1. · Installing PHP under Windows: Further Configuration of WAMP
  2. · Configuring Apache
  3. · Configuring PHP
  4. · Conclusion

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That's about it, save the file and restart Apache.  View the test.php file you wrote in Installing PHP Under Windows to check that everything is still functioning the way it should be.  In this article, we’ve covered various aspects of the Apache and PHP configuration files.  By making use of the tips above, you are bettering the chance of creating portable code that can be used across an array of system configurations.

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