I am working in Windows XP and have Apache2, mySQL 3.x, and PHP5 installed. These are all working properly. I have created my mySQL database structure from the command line so I know that my username and password have all permissions. I know PHP is running as I am able to get my browser to display the PHP info page.
I have created a new site in Dreamweaver MX but am unable to create a connection to my database. The site name is: NBS_Site. It is enabled to use PHP MySQL. Editing and testing are on my local machine. The path to where files are to be 'stored' is: C:\NBS_Site_Store\. The URL used to browse to the root of the site is: http://localhost/NBS_Site/
. No remote access info was input as I am not using a remote computer. The server root in Apache's config file is: ServerRoot "C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2". The path to the directory NBS_Site is: C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\NBS_S
When I try to create a connection, I get a message, HTTP Error Code 404. One thing it suggests is that "... the specified server doesn't map to http://localhost/NBS_Site/_mmServerScript/MMHTTPDB.php
. Verify that URL prefix maps to root of the site." How can I verify that? And if not, how can I change it so that it does?
I need this answer quickly if possible as I want to work through Dreamweaver on this project and can't move on it until I can connect.
Thanks for any help!