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<?PHP $x=0;$_jfolO=Null;$_jfCOI=Null;$_jfolO[$x]="RegisterGlobals";$_jfCOI[$x]="You are getting this warning because PHP is configured to allow register_globals, this is very dangerous because <b><u>ANYBODY</b></u> can create PHP variables. WorkOrder TS always been written with register_globals Off and the security has not been tested with register_globals on. You should disable register_globals imediately, it will be removed from PHP6. You can find more information about register_globals here: <a href=\"http://php.net/register_globals\">Information from the makers of PHP</a>";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="DBExists";$_jfCOI[$x]="You are getting this error because the test database begopqu6i4n52hcae88r9y already exists. <br />If you have not created this database it is possible that the database has been left over from a previously failed setup attempt. Please report this error to support. <p>Temporary fix/Workaround, you can work around this problem by edeting the file defaults.php located in the setup_files directory. Search for begopqu6i4n52hcae88r9y and replace it with some other random table name.</p>";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="MagicQWarning";$_jfCOI[$x]="This is only a notice that the magic quotes option is enabled and WorkOrder TS will run slower then it could (I doubt you will notice it below a few hundred users). WorkOrder TS has been designed without magic quotes integration since it will not be availible in future releases of PHP, PHP6 and above. This is only a notice you will not miss any features by having magic_quotes enabled.";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="DatabaseName";$_jfCOI[$x]="This option specifies the database name, the default value should be fine unless your server is hosted by a hosting company. If you received a database name from your hosting company, then you should enter it here. Most hosting accounts will not allow you to create your own databases.";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="ServerAddress";$_jfCOI[$x]="This option specifies the IP address of you database server (127.0.0.1) or the URL of your database server (mysql.MyDomain.com).  Use localhost if your webserver and database server is running on the same computer.";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="ServerLoginFromAddress";$_jfCOI[$x]="This option specifies the login source IP or hostname for your database user accounts (Guest and User). This option should not be changed unless you are running a dedicated MySQL server. <br />Hostnames can be upto 60 characters long.<br>Example: Database server is 192.168.1.102 and Webserver is 192.168.1.100. <u>Database Server Address</u> is 192.168.1.102 and the <u>Dedicated Server Login From</u> is 192.168.1.100<p>From the MySQL GRANT manual: <br />You can specify wildcards (%) in the hostname. For example, user_name@'%.loc.gov'  applies to user_name for any host in the loc.gov domain, and user_name@'144.155.166.%'  applies to user_name for any host in the 144.155.166 class C subnet.</p>";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="DatabaseAdmin";$_jfCOI[$x]="This option specifies the root user account or an account with similar rights to your database server. <b>This option is only required if you want the setup program to create the database and user accounts.</b> If your database is hosted by a hosting company you propably don't have permissions to create databases. In this case leave these two fields empty.";  $x++;  $_jfolO[$x] = "GuestUser";  $_jfCOI[$x] = "WorkOrder TS is written to work with the least amount of user privileges required to do the job (this is the account with read only privileges). If the program does not need to write to the database it will connect to the server with a read only account.<p>If your server is hosted by a third party, then you should have received a username and password from your hosting provider. Use the same information for the Guest and User account since it is unlikely that you are allowed to create your own users.</p>";  $x++;  $_jfolO[$x] = "UserAccount";  $_jfCOI[$x] = "WorkOrder TS is written to work with the least amount of user privileges to do the job (this is the account with write privileges). If the program does not need to write to the database it will connect to the server with a read only account. <p>If your server is hosted by a third party, then you should have received a username and password from your hosting provider. Use the same information for the Guest and User account since it is unlikely that you are allowed to create your own users.</p>";  $x++;  $_jfolO[$x] = "TablePrefix";  $_jfCOI[$x] = "This option specifies the table prefix, the table prefix adds a name, the prefix, to the front of all table names. It is here to allow multiple WorkOrder TS installation into the same database. Don't change this unless you know what you are doing.";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="LicenseKey";$_jfCOI[$x]="WorkOrder TS will not install without a valid license key. The Professional edition license key is E-Mailed to your PayPal registered E-Mail address ONLY! The free license key is available from <a href=\"http://www.WorkOrderTS.com\">http://www.WorkOrderTS.com</a>.";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="AdminPassword";$_jfCOI[$x]="This option specifies the administrative password for the WorkOrder TS <b>admin</b> user account. This account will allow you to create additional user accounts.";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="TechPassword";$_jfCOI[$x]="WorkOrder TS FREE edition comes with two build in accounts, <b>admin</b> and <b>tech</b>. The account names can not be changed in the free edition and no additional users can be created.";$x++;$_jfolO[$x]="ErrorAccessDenied";$_jfCOI[$x]="Here is some information which might help resolve the problem.     First, please double check your password you entered for existing accounts.     Second, the other possible cause for this error is that you are not allowed to login from your current host. The host is the computer where the PHP scripts are executed, this might not be the computer you are reading this text on. The example below illustrates the required database rights.     In this example, the web server and the database server are on two serperate computers. The web server's IP address is 192.168.10.10 and the database server's IP address is 192.168.10.11.      When installing WorkOrder TS you should enter 192.168.10.11 into the Database Server Address: field and 192.168.10.10 into the Dedicated Server Login From: field.     This setup also requires your database server to accept connections with your current username from the host you login. In this case the host 192.168.10.10 needs to be allowed to login. Some configurations will not allow you to login as root from any other host then localhost.     You can fix this by alowing root to login from your webserver(1) or by creating an admin user allowed to login and install WorkOrder TS(2).     You can use % as a wildcart character below like 192.168.10.% to allow all hosts on the subnet to login.      Option 1) Execute this command on your MySQL server: SET PASSWORD FOR 'root'@'192.168.10.10' = PASSWORD('newpassword');     Option 2) Execute this command on your MySQL server to create an administrative account: GRANT ALL ON *.* TO 'superuser'@'192.168.10.10' IDENTIFIED BY 'password' WITH GRANT OPTION;     If you have tried all of the above and it still does not work, it is possible that you have found a bug. <a href=\"http://www.WorkOrderTS.com\" target=\"blank\">Please report your problem, thanks</a>.";$x++;?>
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