Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Zend_Gdata_App_HttpException' with message 'Unable to Connect to ssl://www.google.com:443. Error #24: Unable to find the socket transport "ssl" - did you forget to enable it when you configured PHP?' » Read more: How to enable XAMPP SSL socket transport
This is my first article tutorial in this blog, today my friend have a problem connecting SQL databases with PRaDO framework. I have used this framework several years ago, and it’s quite easy to make a website with Prado. This time I will write how to connect MySQL with Prado, insert data, and display it in the web page.
First, I’m using XAMPPLITE as webserver, XAMPPLITE is lite version of XAMPP, but if you are using XAMPP it’s ok. Download XAMPP.
After you finish the XAMPP download, continue with download Prado framework. Download Prado.
Install the XAMPP, and extract the prado framework in htdocs folder.
The optional prado-cli.php PHP script file in the framework directory provides command line tools to perform various tedious takes in Prado. The prado-cli.php can be used to create Prado project skeletons, create initial test fixtures, and access to an interactive PHP shell. We will use command line tool to generate our prado project. » Read more: How to connect MySQL in Prado Framework
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