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phpsqliteadmin: SQLite2/SQLite3 Web Management Interfaces
// Latest Version: 1.9.5
// Summary: PHP-based admin tool to manage SQLite2 and SQLite3 databases on the web
// Last updated: 2014-01-14
=> Very easy, just like phpmyadm (MYSQL web administration)
=> Read the README
If you want to do this:
- rename phpliteadmin.config.sample.php into phpliteadmin.config.php
(Or, something else, yet you have to revise that as well in phpliteadmin.php)
- do not change the settings in phpliteadmin.php but in phpliteadmin.config.php
See https://code.google.com/p/phpliteadmin/wiki/Configuration for details.
1. Open phpliteadmin.config.php (or phpliteadmin.php) in a text editor.
2. If you want to have a directory scanned for your databases instead of listing them manually, specify the directory as the value of the $directory variable and skip to step 4.
3. If you want to specify your databases manually, set the value of the $directory variable as false and modify the $databases array to hold the databases you would like to manage.
- The path field is the file path of the database relative to where phpliteadmin.php will be located on the server. For example, if phpliteadmin.php is located at "databases/manager/phpliteadmin.php" and you want to manage "databases/yourdatabase.sqlite", the path value would be "../yourdatabase.sqlite".
- The name field is the human-friendly way of referencing the database within the application. It can be anything you want.
4. Modify the $password variable to be the password used for gaining access to the phpLiteAdmin tool.
5. If you want to have multiple installations of phpLiteAdmin on the same server, change the $cookie_name variable to be unique for each installation (optional).
6. Save and upload phpliteadmin.php to your web server.
7. Open a web browser and navigate to the uploaded phpliteadmin.php file. You will be prompted to enter a password. Use the same password you set in step 4.
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