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Which PHP version as minimum for webERP?
11-14-2014, 06:06 PM,
RE: Which PHP version as minimum for webERP?
PHP greater than 5.1. As PHP can be configured to run under most web-servers under all common operating systems, webERP is therefore operating system independent.

MySQL greater than version 4 with Innodb transactional tables support. Foreign key constraints are also required. These were added to Innodb in 2003. Innodb was introduced in 2001 to MySQL and has Oracle like functionality - row level locking and database transactions with similar speed. (The system could be used with Oracle or other database systems, with minimal modification.) An example configuration file, my.cnf, normally under /usr/local/mysql/var is available in the MyySQL documentation to show typical settings for the Innodb configuration. The expected size of the data is useful although Innodb can create an auto-extending data file and does so by default as of MySQL 4. All tables are defined as Innodb tables as of version 2.8.

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RE: Which PHP version as minimum for webERP? - by Communicationcrafts - 11-14-2014, 06:06 PM

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