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Newbie question with installing E-commerce module ?

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6 Posts

29 September 2007 at 9:06pm


I have successfully installed SS on

And I continued to install E-commerce, i started reading INSTALL file:

1. Unzip this file (ecommerce-0.5.tar.gz) inside your SilverStripe installation directory.
It should be at the same level as 'jsparty', 'cms' and 'sapphire' modules.

2. Ensure the directory name for the module is 'ecommerce'.

3. Visit your SilverStripe site (you require 2.0.2+ to operate this module).

4. Add db/build to the end of the website URL. For example: http://localhost:8888/mysite/db/build.

I have problem in step number 4, when I go to
I got page, as you can see at picture

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Which ask me for user name and password, i tried few solutions but with no success.

Which user name and password do I need to put:
Is it user name and password for my cPanel ?
Is it user name and password for SS CMS admin page ?
Is it user name and password for my user in MYSQL database whick SS use ?
Or is it some else user name and password ???

Can someone please help me....


6 Posts

29 September 2007 at 9:07pm

Here is picture:


Forum Moderator, 922 Posts

29 September 2007 at 9:22pm

This should be the password you use to access the CMS, I believe.



6 Posts

29 September 2007 at 9:28pm

Edited: 02/10/2007 8:12am

When I put my user name and password for SS CMS it just how up again ??? Maybe there is some problem with configuration ???

And for what in example( http://localhost:8888/mysite/db/build ) there is this :8888 , if I put that in my I got "The connection has timed out"

I know that that is a port number, but is it important on real installation ?

I found solution on myself, workaround is:

Thanks for help