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I use WAMP for my testing server, but my URL always begins with localhost. Something like this:
Are you sure your testing server is set-up properly?
Have you tested any non-Cartweaver pages in it?
This is Oli from Cartweaver Support.
I have seen your ticket and replied to it.
Remember than you need to access the file via your localhost (not as a plain file in the browser).
You will also need to make sure each file has application.php included at the top of it.
If you need any further help, please do submit as many tickets as needed.
Cartweaver Support Team
99.9% of the early on frustration has little to do with the application itself, in this case Cartweaver. The frustration comes from setting up a local developement environment. What we normally tell people is just step away from trying to make the application work and really familiarize yourself with PHP and MySQL first. Get your head around how all this works and make sure things are set up properly. I can highly recommend this article to help with this:
Also, while WAMP or MAMP include a MySQL administration tool I highly recommend Navicat. As MySQL administrators go it's the cream of the crop, and very user friendly.
Now, after getting over this learning curve you will be ready to start and you'll also be very pleased to see that the rest is pretty easy!
If you have any questions, by al means pop over to the Cartweaver newsgroups where there is plenty of help.--
Lawrence *Adobe Community Professional*
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