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Failed to detect MySQL Version - dand33 - Mar 23rd, 2010

Hi,

Before installing it on the server of our Web Site, I have installed PHP formtools 2.0 on my computer on WampServer 2 running PHP 5.3.0 and MySQL 5.1.36.

When I try to install formtools, it stop at the Checking System page and the error message is :
MySQL Version mysqlnd 5.0.5-dev - 081106 - $Revision: 1.3.2.27 $ FAIL

I run version 5.1.36 and it says my version is 5.0.5.

Before that, I was running WampServer 1.5 with PHP 5.1 and MySQL 4.1.22
and the message was:
MySQL Version mysqlnd 3.2.9- ........................... $ FAIL

I can't go further with my installation.

Strange indeed...[attachment=51]


RE: Failed to detect MySQL Version - Ben - Mar 27th, 2010

Hi dand33,

This is a known "bug". Technically, one of the PHP functions that's being used should return a "clean" description of the MySQL version you're using, but in some environments it doesn't.
http://bugs.formtools.org/index.php?cmd=view&id=203

I'm still putting the finishing touches on some stuff for the translation files, but I'll be getting to 2.0.1 soon. That will be a bug fix release (only) and include this.

Maybe give these two threads a read over. You will need to edit the PHP a little bit to get it installed on your system. In one of my posts I describe what needs to be done.
http://forums.formtools.org/showthread.php?tid=285&highlight=mysql_get_client_info

Sorry about that!

- Ben


RE: Failed to detect MySQL Version - dand33 - Mar 29th, 2010

(Mar 27th, 2010, 10:04 AM)Ben Wrote: Hi dand33,

This is a known "bug". Technically, one of the PHP functions that's being used should return a "clean" description of the MySQL version you're using, but in some environments it doesn't.
http://bugs.formtools.org/index.php?cmd=view&id=203

I'm still putting the finishing touches on some stuff for the translation files, but I'll be getting to 2.0.1 soon. That will be a bug fix release (only) and include this.

Maybe give these two threads a read over. You will need to edit the PHP a little bit to get it installed on your system. In one of my posts I describe what needs to be done.
http://forums.formtools.org/showthread.php?tid=285&highlight=mysql_get_client_info

Sorry about that!

- Ben

Thank You Ben,
I will now explore the features of Form Tools... it seems very nice...


RE: Failed to detect MySQL Version - ron77hays - Feb 16th, 2011

(Mar 29th, 2010, 4:54 AM)dand33 Wrote:
(Mar 27th, 2010, 10:04 AM)Ben Wrote: Hi dand33,

This is a known "bug". Technically, one of the PHP functions that's being used should return a "clean" description of the MySQL version you're using, but in some environments it doesn't.
http://bugs.formtools.org/index.php?cmd=view&id=203

I'm still putting the finishing touches on some stuff for the translation files, but I'll be getting to 2.0.1 soon. That will be a bug fix release (only) and include this.

Maybe give these two threads a read over. You will need to edit the PHP a little bit to get it installed on your system. In one of my posts I describe what needs to be done.
http://forums.formtools.org/showthread.php?tid=285&highlight=mysql_get_client_info

Sorry about that!

- Ben

Thank You Ben,
I will now explore the features of Form Tools... it seems very nice...

amidst all the difficulties, it all boils down to a bug.


RE: Failed to detect MySQL Version - AlacratStore - Sep 11th, 2012

Naturally, as soon as I get the message this has been approved, the install finished. Now running into a PHP problem, detailed in the next post.
I'm trying to use WPI to install wordpress on a 64-bit Server 2008 machine. I've installed and setup a DB and user.


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