Details

    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 2.4
    • Fix Version/s: 2.4
    • Component/s: General
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      Windows, Linux or Mac OS

      Description

      Some users have difficulties downloading and installing LAMS prerequisites. The reason may be poor Internet access or lack of understanding why are these components needed.
      LAMS should be as much standalone, out-of-box application as possible.

      One of these prerequisites is MySQL server. In previous versions of LAMS, users had to download and install it separately.
      LAMS should allow usage of embedded MySQL server. This can done by using MXJ connectors which provide and start a MySQL server on connection attempt.

      Embedded MySQL can not become the only option. Possibility to use standalone MySQL server must be retained.

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        marcin Marcin Cieslak added a comment -
        A solution for optional usage of embedded MySQL was delivered.
        It can be controlled by changing settings in lams_build/common.properties and by downloading mysql_embedded from CVS.
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        marcin Marcin Cieslak added a comment - A solution for optional usage of embedded MySQL was delivered. It can be controlled by changing settings in lams_build/common.properties and by downloading mysql_embedded from CVS.
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        ernieg Ernie Ghiglione added a comment -
        Tested with windows 2008 and XP today and this works a treat! Thanks Marcin!
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        ernieg Ernie Ghiglione added a comment - Tested with windows 2008 and XP today and this works a treat! Thanks Marcin!

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          • Assignee:
            marcin Marcin Cieslak
            Reporter:
            marcin Marcin Cieslak
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