Join Date: May 2003
Location: Spring Branch, Texas
How else could an entirely new set of tables appear in my database with "pp_" prefixes and filled out with all sorts of info in the settings table pointing to www.domain.com/ppclassifieds
Could the program create it's own complete set of tables from a config-inc.php?
I ask because I was working with the config files after a migration to a new forum the day before. I suppose I could have uploaded a new config-inc file with everything but the correct sql table prefix. But without the install being applied how could the database with "pp_" tables be created?
And, if it could, would the default path items in that database pp_settings table be: www.domain.com/ppclassifieds?
Here is some of the pp_settings table from this new database that showed up the other day:
# Dumping data for table `pp_settings`
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (1, 'Title for your PhotoPost Classifieds', 'galleryname', '', 'PhotoPost Classifieds', 1, 1);
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (2, 'Web site name', 'webname', '', 'My Website', 2, 1);
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (3, 'Your Website URL (include http://)', 'domain', '', 'http://www.domain.com', 3, 1);
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (4, 'Administrator Email Address', 'adminemail', '', 'email@example.com', 4, 1);
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (5, 'Data directory virtual path', 'datadir', 'This is the web / virtual path to the data directory.', 'http://www.domain.com/ppclassifieds/data', 25, 1);
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (6, 'Full path to PhotoPost Classifieds data directory', 'datafull', 'Full path to the image files directory.', '/path/to/your/photopost/data', 6, 1);
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (7, 'URL to your forums main directory (optional)', 'vbulletin', 'This is the virtual path to your forum installation.', 'http://www.domain.com/forum', 1, 14);
INSERT INTO pp_settings VALUES (8, 'Full path to Header include file', 'header', 'To include an HTML file as the header, enter the full path.', '/path/to/php/header.htm', 8, 1);