Wamp Configuration2019-07-15T10:55:11-05:00

WAMP CONFIGURATION GUIDE

WAMP is a handy package application which handles the installation and basic configuration of PHP, MySQL and Apache. It is best to ensure the target machine does not have any of these resources currently installed. Please see the documentation and installation instructions provided with WAMP for more information.

WAMP Server Installation

Please see the documentation and installation instructions provided with WAMP for more information.

Test WAMP

Open a web-browser (Internet Explorer or Firefox) and browse to. This should open the launch page for WAMP. Here you can launch ‘phpmyadmin’ and access ATiM.

Server Slow

If you use a Wamp version equals or upper to v3, we strongly recommend to disable the XDebug Php Extension changing data into the php.ini or leftclicking your WAMPServer icon and navigate to it.

ATiM Application Code Installation
Code

Locate the default web-server directory and copy over the entire ATiM application code. By default the WAMP web server folder can be found at: C:\wamp\www\

Database

Here are the command lines to populate 2 different versions of ATIM

  • v2.6.8
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To activate the user ‘administrator’ (username=’administrator’ & password=’administrator’)

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To complete the installation with the ‘demo’ data

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  • v2.7.0
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To activate the user ‘administrator’ (username=’administrator’ & password=’administrator’)

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To complete the installation with the ‘demo’ data

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Database Access Configuration

Browse to the ATiM folder:

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Open database.php and verify username/password and database name are correct for the local installation.

Launch Application

Browse to http://localhost. Under “Your projects” select the ATiM project and the application should open!

Security Considerations

Once installed the application security should be reviewed before any confidential participant data is loaded into the database.