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Original69Sin
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I am unable to install the Orca Module for Dolphin on localhost, I get this error message:

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Orca requres PHP XSLT extension. Please enable it first then proceed with installation.

               



                For PHP4, make sure that PHP is compiled with the following extensions:
                                    --with-dom --enable-xslt --with-xslt-sablot
               
                If these PHP extensions are enabled, then you can see domxml and xslt extensions in phpinfo() with the following options:
                                    DOM/XML: enabled
                    XSLT support: enabled
               

               



                For PHP5, make sure that PHP is compiled with the following extension:
                                    --with-xsl
               
                If this PHP extension is enabled, then you can see xslt extensions in phpinfo() with the following option:
                                    XSLT support: enabled
               

How do I enable the PHP XSLT extension whilst running AMPPS on localhost.

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tidus
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Quote From : Original69Sin January 7, 2012, 4:54 pm
I am unable to install the Orca Module for Dolphin on localhost, I get this error message:

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Orca requres PHP XSLT extension. Please enable it first then proceed with installation.

               



                For PHP4, make sure that PHP is compiled with the following extensions:
                                    --with-dom --enable-xslt --with-xslt-sablot
               
                If these PHP extensions are enabled, then you can see domxml and xslt extensions in phpinfo() with the following options:
                                    DOM/XML: enabled
                    XSLT support: enabled
               

               



                For PHP5, make sure that PHP is compiled with the following extension:
                                    --with-xsl
               
                If this PHP extension is enabled, then you can see xslt extensions in phpinfo() with the following option:
                                    XSLT support: enabled
               

How do I enable the PHP XSLT extension whilst running AMPPS on localhost.


Hi on which OS are you using AMPPS ? Windows or Mac ?


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Original69Sin
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Hello tidus,

I am using Windows 7.
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tidus
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Quote From : Original69Sin January 8, 2012, 1:13 pm
Hello tidus,

I am using Windows 7.
Hi,

Go to AMPPS Control Center -> PHP Tab -> PHP Extension -> Check php_xsl and Apply. Restart Apache. You can verify that it is active in "PHP Info" at http://localhost/ampps


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Original69Sin
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tidus I cannot express strongly enough how thankful I am for your fantastic help, Orca is now successfully installed on localhost.

Thank you very very much.

Terry. :)
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ketan
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Hi,

Please let us know if you need further information.

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That is so sweet of you ketan, thank you and if I need any help I will come here and ask you wonderful people. :)
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