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I want to move my entire SilverStripe to another location - what files do I need to edit?


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famous

Community Member, 14 Posts

15 July 2008 at 5:50am

I want to move my entire SilverStripe to another location.
What files do I need to edit to do this successfully

thank you

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JZM

Community Member, 34 Posts

15 July 2008 at 4:58pm

Edited: 15/07/2008 4:58pm

what do you mean by to another location

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famous

Community Member, 14 Posts

16 July 2008 at 5:53am

I have the entire thing in /xp/silverstripe-v2.2.2/
and I want to move it to /
now I can move it there easily but it won't work and so I know I have to edit some files to get it to work but I dunno which ones

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sherman

Community Member, 48 Posts

16 July 2008 at 6:23am

Edited: 16/07/2008 6:23am

I have a full working version of my site I developed locally and I too require instructions on how to deploy the site content and files to a new hosting location.

Any info on how to export SS would be appreciated.

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JZM

Community Member, 34 Posts

16 July 2008 at 7:35am

are you both using phpMyAdmin

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sherman

Community Member, 48 Posts

16 July 2008 at 7:37am

Yes, im using phpmyadmin.

If I export using phpmyadmin will the structure carry over without any problems?

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simon_w

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16 July 2008 at 7:42am

Edited: 16/07/2008 7:44am

famous, assuming you installed 2.2.2, you'll need to edit the RewriteBase in .htaccess, and that should be it. You should be able to remove the line entirely, so that you can move it easily.

sherman, you'll have to export the database, then import it on your host and change mysite/_config.php to contain the new settings. You may need to edit .htacces as well if the paths are different and you have a RewriteBase.

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sherman

Community Member, 48 Posts

16 July 2008 at 7:44am

Sorry I half hijacked this thread. My apologies.

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