complete newbe.. Have apache..php mysql installed and running on local host.. need help?

I have the apache 2.2,  php 5.2 and mysql installed and it responds to php code correctly when saved on docs folder and opened in a browser.  I have obtained a complete auction style web site/script.  Have installed into apache docs folder? Not sure how to load the web site to make it work.  The script works in the demo site I obtained it nfrom.  I am running xp and need cons job set a every min. of every hour as well.  Don't know where to start.
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cheers4beersCommented:
Can you clarify your last few statements?  It sounds like you are needing to set up a job...to do what?
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HapdaddyAuthor Commented:
I want to have the web site running on my local computer to learn the website in and out and make some changes before I put it on a dedicated server.  I have the web site sitting in a folder in the docs folder of apache.  Don't know how to "launch" the web site on my computer.
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HapdaddyAuthor Commented:
Sorry, running apache in windows xp. not sure where to cons jobs are to adjust? in apache or windows task scheduler
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zazagorCommented:
Hi,

Cron jpbs are linux specific. In XP you have to use Task Scheduler.

//zaZagor
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HapdaddyAuthor Commented:
what are the steps needed to get a web site loaded so apache local host will recognise it
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