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KIKOFF
Wed Jun 29 2011, 08:57AM

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@KIKOFF: Is it possible that you also have it in wrong directory? Script gets username and password for database from lgsl_config.php, if it can't find it then of course it will report that user/pass are wrong... As I use database directly with mysql functions, it shouldn't be difference whatever CMS you are using, as long as mysql is configured inside PHP.

Ok this is good news. Thanks for a prompt response.

Need a slash at the beginning. I refer in this case to e107:

define( "PATH_TO_LGSL", "/lgsl_files" );


Although I still have problems with the username and password, I keep trying, will report later.

Saludos, KIKOFF

EDIT: OKIS ALL DONE! will need the username and password in lgsl_config, although not required LGSL as it takes the data from the database of the CMS.

Thanks again

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