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How to install pdflib on WAMP

Posted on 2009-07-10
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Hi, I am running WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on Vista. Where exactly I put the dll file? I read some articles online but was not able to resolve it.
I copied libpdf_php file and placed it in wamp/www folder.
Also, I placed extension=libpdf_php.dll code in php.ini file.
Any thoughts?
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In the php.ini file you should find an option named "extension_dir". The value of this option is the folder where extensions should be stored.
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