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No configuration is needed to Run Radria but if needed you can tune up a few things.

Password Protect

If your Radria installation is available from the web we strongly suggest you password protect it. In the .haccess file provided you will see commented apache authentication commands. Uncomment them and customize them to your needs.

   AuthType        Basic
   AuthName        "Site Administration"
   AuthUserFile    /opt/lampp/.htuser
   <Limit POST GET PUT>
     require valid-user

You can then setup users and passwords with the htpassword command:

   htpassword -c /opt/lampp/.htuser username
   htpassword /opt/lampp/.htuser username2

Package Repositories

The Radria download only comes with the base, everything else you need you add with packages.

You can modify the package repositories from the SiteManager configuration file.


The default Radria Package repositories are:

    //  Url of packages repositories, dont forget the trailing "/" at the end
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/base/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/addon/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/dbtool/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/tool/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/devlib/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/design/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/webapp/"; 
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/bizapp/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/ecom/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "http://radria.sqlfusion.com/pkg/radria/1/beta/";
    $cfg_packages_source[] =  "../pkg/";

You can add or remove repositories by changing the urls added to the $cfg_packages_source array.

By default it points to the Radria project repositories. You can also setup your own package repositories.

Package cache

You have 2 types of package cache:

  1. Package listing
  2. Package file itself.

Cache package listing

By default this is not cached. This mean that each time you access the package.php page with the list of all the available package the full list of the package description will be downloaded.

This could make the package.php list display slowly. To improve the speed the packages list can be cached and updated only once per session (each time you open your browser).

To enable the package listing cache edit the SiteManager/config.php file and in:

    // Cache in the session the list of packages
    $cfg_cache_packages_list = false;

Change the variable $cfg_cache_packages_list to True

Cache package file

By default the SiteManager will download the packages and reuse the same for multiple installations until a new version is available. This avoids the download of the same package each time you need to install it. If you need to change that default behavior edit the SiteManager/config.php and change

    // Cache Packages downloaded from packages repositories, unless your debuging packages
    // we suggest you leave it turned on to save download bandwidth.
    $cfg_packages_cache = true;

The $cfg_packages_cache to false.


If after running the install.php wizard you need to change the database access information you edit the SiteManager/config.php file

Look for:

    $mydbconx = new sqlConnect("USERNAME", "PASSWORD");
  //  $mydbconx = new sqlConnect();
 //   $mydbconx->setDatabase("passitemanager");
    $mydbconx->setUseDatabase(false) ;
    $mydbconx->setBackupSync(false) ;

Change the USERNAME, PASSWORD and HOSTNAME with your new database access information. Also make sure that $mydbconx→start(); is uncomented.

Default Site

Each time you create a new project a default site structure with some base file are added to the project. You can customize those default file by changing them in:


Enable WebIDE Project

By default the WebIDE project is hidden, to stop new users from breaking their setup.

Experienced users will need to install New Field Type or upgrade the webIDE with newer packages.

To enable the WebIDE in your project list open the SiteManager/config.php file and change the following:

    // Show or hide the WebIDE project
    $cfg_show_WebIDE = false;

Variable $cfg_show_WebIDE to True.


We record the Radria usages, with a small ping to a script on Radria server. This is totally anonymous, everything is md5 so we only record the hit. The stats are important for us, as seeing more users motivates us to put more work and time into improving Radria.

Who would want to spend time on something that nobody uses.

This can be disable if you need to in the config.php

  //Radria usage statistics:
  $cfg_radria_stat_usage = true;

Change it to false and it will stop sending pings to the Radria project.

configuration.txt · Last modified: 2008/10/05 13:02 by admin
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