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Old 14-04-2009
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Custom php5.ini on Windows shared web hosting

Hello,

I have decided to host my site on Tripod.com, and i have actually taken the script developed in PHP language, while installing that on the web host they have provided me an PHP.ini file. When i tried to keep and try to install those files in the root folder it gives me an strange error message which i forget to copy paste and now i don't remember that but i was sure that error message belongs to mySQL database, so what may be the problem.

And when i removed the PHP.ini from the web host and try to run on the local server it runs fine.
This is something ridiculous.
Please suggest...

Thanks in Advance
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Re: Custom php5.ini on Windows shared web hosting

Hello,

Please check whether your PHP version and the web hosting server compatibility matches with each other..

Talk to the Script holder from whom you have taken PHP script, they might have done some changes to their script.

Check whether you have properly integrate your PHP script with your mySQL database.

we would like to hear more form you.
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