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What was the result of following the advice in that error message?
 
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John, please be consistent. I was in the supposition that you were using Eclipse and I see that you're using NetBeans now. You have a bad habit of doing this a lot. When you ask questions, please clearly state at the beginning what language you will be using and what IDE you will be using.
 
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sorry if it has created a confusion XAMPP is with respect to netbeans which i tried after losing hope with composer in eclipse.
hope it helps.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:What was the result of following the advice in that error message?



1) For Eclipse I tried Composer that i stuck as not sure 'which command line PHP i should choose'

2) For net beans after googling i found some special thing called XAMPP , that i was trying to use PHP may be once it is done then would come on laravel but here too i got stuck as mentioned in you tube link once i click on start button then unable to see port number.

so in between to start server side programming i have been trying to use laravel either through eclispe or netbeans but both of them have disappointed me so far.
 
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The problem is not Eclipse or NetBeans or Composer. The problem is that you first need a web server that supports PHP.

Xampp is a package that combines Apache HTTP Server with MySQL and PHP. When you correctly install Xampp, you can use its internal PHP installation for Composer. Then you can use Composer inside Eclipse or NetBeans.

You are now stuck on getting the Apache HTTP server to run. Tim asked you to follow the instructions that the Xampp configuration panel gave you. You haven't told us yet what the result of doing that was.
 
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result i already told that when i click on start button to configure control panel of Xampp then i do not see any port number so it is causing to fail Project URL(invalid URL) as shown in attached screen shot of my previous post)also how can i get Apache HTTP server and how can i get a web server that supports PHP?
 
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The advice was to click the "Logs" button, and also to check the Windows Event Viewer, both in order to determine the underlying error. Since you are troubleshooting something, you should really pay attention to error messages.
 
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Where can i check that wINDOWS Event Viewer and when i clicked in front of logs no errors were found only some logs were found in this location and they were like below:-
F:\java training\sw\netbeans\xampp\xampp setup\apache\logs

Installing Apache HTTP Server 2.x with
DomainName    = example.com
ServerName    = www.example.com
ServerAdmin   = admin@example.com
ServerPort    = 80
ServerSslPort = 443
ServerRoot    = c:/Apache24
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-autoindex.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-autoindex.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-default.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-default.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-ssl.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-multilang-errordoc.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-multilang-errordoc.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-info.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-info.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-userdir.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-userdir.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-mpm.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-mpm.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/httpd.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/httpd.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/proxy-html.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/proxy-html.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-dav.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-dav.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-languages.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-languages.conf
Rewrote docs/conf/extra/httpd-manual.conf.in
to c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-manual.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-autoindex.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-autoindex.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-default.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-default.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-ssl.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-multilang-errordoc.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-multilang-errordoc.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-info.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-info.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-userdir.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-userdir.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-mpm.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-mpm.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/httpd.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/httpd.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/magic
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Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/charset.conv
to c:/Apache24/conf/charset.conv
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/proxy-html.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/proxy-html.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-dav.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-dav.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/mime.types
to c:/Apache24/conf/mime.types
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-languages.conf
to c:/Apache24/conf/extra/httpd-languages.conf
Duplicated c:/Apache24/conf/original/extra/httpd-manual.conf
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Windows Event Viewer is an application on your machine.
 
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how can i get Apache HTTP server and how can i get a web server that supports PHP?


You did not try very hard to understand what Stephan wrote at all, did you? Read it again; it contains the answer.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:

how can i get Apache HTTP server and how can i get a web server that supports PHP?


You did not try very hard to understand what Stephan wrote at all, did you? Read it again; it contains the answer.



ok got my answer with Stephan post "Xampp is a package that combines Apache HTTP Server with MySQL and PHP. When you correctly install Xampp, you can use its internal PHP installation for Composer. Then you can use Composer inside Eclipse or NetBeans."

so now main problem is this Xampp only that is troubling me and logs also not telling what went wrong. not sure what should i do now?
 
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The problem is that you didn't configure your Apache HTTP server. As you can see, the logs say that it's using the domain name example.com. I'm pretty sure that you do not own example.com.

You will want to configure Apache to use localhost so you can do local development and debugging. And before you ask us how to do that, why don't you see what the Xampp configuration panel has to offer you, and what you can find in the Xampp user manual or the Apache user manual.
 
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please see below manual it says no where we have facility to configure this wanted server(apache) also i have tried to configure it directly saving as apache please refer attached screen shot still unable to see port number if i click on start button on control pabel of XAMPP:-
###### ApacheFriends XAMPP Version 7.4.3 ######

Important! PHP in this package needs the Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable package from
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/. Please ensure that the VC++ 2017 runtime
libraries are installed on your system.

 + Apache 2.4.41
 + MariaDB 10.4.11
 + PHP 7.4.3 (VC15 X86 64bit thread safe) + PEAR
 + phpMyAdmin 5.0.1
 + OpenSSL 1.1.0g
 + ADOdb 518a
 + Mercury Mail Transport System v4.63 (not included in the portable version)
 + FileZilla FTP Server 0.9.41 (not included in the portable version)
 + Webalizer 2.23-04 (not included in the portable version)
 + Strawberry Perl 5.16.3.1 Portable
 + Tomcat 7.0.100
 + XAMPP Control Panel Version 3.2.4.
 + XAMPP mailToDisk 1.0 (write emails via PHP on local disk in <xampp>\mailoutput. Activated in the php.ini as mail default.)

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* System Requirements:

 + 64 MB RAM (RECOMMENDED)
 + 750 MB free fixed disk
 + Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

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* ATTENTION!!!

For trouble with the mysql connection (via mysqlnd API in php) see also the startpage:
http://localhost/xampp/index.php

* QUICK INSTALLATION:

[NOTE: Unpack the package to your USB stick or a partition of your choice.
There it must be on the highest level like E:\ or W:\. It will
build E:\xampp or W:\xampp or something like this. Please do not use the "setup_xampp.bat" for an USB stick installation!]

Step 1: Unpack the package into a directory of your choice. Please start the
"setup_xampp.bat" and beginning the installation. Note: XAMPP makes no entries in the windows registry and no settings for the system variables.

Step 2: If installation ends successfully, start the Apache 2 with
"apache_start".bat", MySQL with "mysql_start".bat". Stop the MySQL Server with "mysql_stop.bat". For shutdown the Apache HTTPD, only close the Apache Command (CMD). Or use the fine XAMPP Control Panel with double-click on "xampp-control.exe"!

Step 3: Start your browser and type http://127.0.0.1 or http://localhost in the location bar. You should see our pre-made
start page with certain examples and test screens.

Step 4: PHP (with mod_php, as *.php), Perl by default with *.cgi, SSI with *.shtml are all located in => C:\xampp\htdocs\.
Examples:
- C:\xampp\htdocs\test.php => http://localhost/test.php
- C:\xampp\htdocs\myhome\test.php => http://localhost/myhome/test.php

Step 5: XAMPP UNINSTALL? Simply remove the "xampp" Directory.
But before please shutdown the apache and mysql.

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* PHP MAIL FUNCTION:

There are three ways to work with the PHP Mail function.

1) With XAMPP mailToDisk every mail sending via the PHP mail() function will written in the <xampp>\mailoutput folder. MailToDisk is the default you do not have to change the php.ini. And please do not use mailToDisk for production!
2) With fakemail (sendmail.exe) you will send all mail() to your personal mail account. Therefore you have to edit the <xampp>\sendmail\sendmail.ini first. Then please activate fakemail (sendamil.exe) in the php.ini and comment out the mailToDisk line.
3) You can use a SMTP Server like the Mercury Mail Server alternate. Therefore comment out all sendmail_path lines in the php.ini. Now use the -> SMTP = localhost und -> smtp_port = 25 lines of course with your values in the php.ini.

Attention : If XAMPP is installed in a base directory with spaces (e.g. c:\program files\xampp) fakemail and mailtodisk do not work correctly. In this case please copy the sendmail or mailtodisk folder in your root folder (e.g. C:\sendmail) and use this for sendmail_path.

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* PASSWORDS:

1) MySQL:

  User: root
  Password:
  (means no password!)

2) FileZilla FTP:

  [ You have to create a new user on the FileZilla Interface ]

3) Mercury:

  Postmaster: postmaster (postmaster@localhost)
  Administrator: Admin (admin@localhost)

  TestUser: newuser
  Password: wampp

4) WEBDAV:

  User: xampp-dav-unsecure
  Password: ppmax2011

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* ONLY FOR NT SYSTEMS! (NT4 | Windows 2000 | Windows XP):

- \xampp\apache\apache_installservice.bat
 ===> Install Apache 2 as service

- \xampp\apache\apache_uninstallservice.bat
 ===> Uninstall Apache 2 as service

- \xampp\mysql\mysql_installservice.bat
 ===> Install MySQL as service

- \xampp\mysql\mysql_uninstallservice.bat
 ===> Uninstall MySQL as service

==> After all un- / installations of services, better restart system!

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A matter of security (A MUST READ!)

As mentioned before, XAMPP is not meant for production use but only for developers in a development environment. The way XAMPP is configured is to be open as possible and allowing the developer anything he/she wants. For development environments this is great but in a production environment it could be fatal. Here a list of missing security
in XAMPP:

- The MySQL administrator (root) has no password.
- The MySQL daemon is accessible via network.
- phpMyAdmin is accessible via network.
- Examples are accessible via network.

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* MYSQL NOTES:

(1) The MySQL server can be started by double-clicking (executing) mysql_start.bat. This file can be found in the same folder you installed XAMPP in, most likely this will be C:\xampp\.
The exact path to this file is X:\xampp\mysql_start.bat, where "X" indicates the letter of the drive you unpacked XAMPP into. This batch file starts the MySQL server in console mode. The first intialization might take a few minutes.
Do not close the DOS window or you'll crash the server! To stop the server, please use mysql_stop.bat, which is located in the same directory. Or use the fine XAMPP Control Panel with double-click on "xampp-control.exe" for all these things!

(2) To use MySQL as Service for NT / 2000 / XP, simply copy the "my.ini" file to "C:\my.ini". Please note that this file has to be placed in C:\ (root), other locations are not permitted. Then execute the "mysql_installservice.bat" in the mysql folder.

(3) MySQL starts with standard values for the user id and the password. The preset user id is "root", the password is "" (= no password). To access MySQL via PHP with the preset values, you'll have to use the following syntax:

mysql_connect("localhost", "root", "");

If you want to set a password for MySQL access, please use of MySQL Admin.
To set the passwort "secret" for the user "root", type the following:

C:\xampp\mysql\bin\mysqladmin.exe -u root -p secret

After changing the password you'll have to reconfigure phpMyAdmin to use the new password, otherwise it won't be able to access the databases. To do that, open the file config.inc.php in \xampp\phpmyadmin\ and edit the following lines:

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user']            = 'root';   // MySQL User
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type']       = 'http';   // HTTP authentification

So first the 'root' password is queried by the MySQL server, before phpMyAdmin may access.

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Have a lot of fun! | Viel Spaß! | Bonne Chance!
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Did you think to press the "Config" button right next to the Apache module?
 
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Hmm it appears that by default Xampp already configures Apache to listen to localhost. Your problem is likely that you already have another web server listening to port 80.

Are you running IIS or Tomcat locally?
 
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i am not sure what do you mean by IIS or Tomcat, I just have have Intellij IDE and Eclipse and Netbeans Installed on my system.
 
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What happens when you browse to http://localhost ?
 
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this happens and you might be right i think tomcat got installed along with xaamp as a complementry pleaase refer attached screen shot for same but i am not sure what do you mean here with respect to tomcat.
 
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tomcat might be installed  not sure but.
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John Ken wrote:This site can’t be reachedlocalhost refused to connect.
Try:

Checking the connection
Checking the proxy and the firewall
ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED



this is the output of http://localhost/
 
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any updates on the same by experts please so that i could quickly instally server side laravel and could focus on server side programming then?
 
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John Ken wrote:any updates on the same by experts please so that i could quickly instally server side laravel and could focus on server side programming then?



it's been already 2 days i have been struggling just to install server side laravel either through xamp or tomcat nothing seems to be working ,i want to fix it as soon as possible so that i could focus on server side programming.
 
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any XML,Django or laravel expert could you please help here.

Thanks
 
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Like we've said before, your problem is NOT XML or Laravel. And suddenly Django now?

Your problem is setting up a HTTP server with a PHP module. Forget everything else.

First, uninstall Xampp. Completely. Also remove its installation folder. Then, restart your computer.

Now, reinstall Xampp. Do NOT install FileZilla. Do NOT install Mercury. Do NOT install Tomcat. Do NOT install Perl. Do NOT install Webalizer. Do NOT install Fake Sendmail. The only things you should install are:

  • Apache
  • MySQL
  • PHP
  • phpMyAdmin

  • Install Xampp in the default location, which is C:\xampp on Windows.

    Uncheck Bitnami before you install. Now start the install.

    After the install, run the Xampp Control Panel and press "Start" next to "Apache". Copy all the text in the text box, and paste it here.

    If you fail at any of these steps, I won't have the patience to help you any further.
     
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    can i just install " Install Xampp in the default location, which is C:\xampp on Windows" it in F drive because my system keeps hanging due to low space in C drive rest all steps i will follow as you guided,are you fine with that ?
     
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    John Ken wrote:can i just install " Install Xampp in the default location, which is C:\xampp on Windows" it in F drive because my system keeps hanging due to low space in C drive rest all steps i will follow as you guided,are you fine with that ?



    Thanks so much !

    it seems it got installed but I installed it in my F: drive due to space constraint in my C: drive.

    please refer attached screen shot and now what should i do next?
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    Does Apache work? If it does, does PHP work? If it does, nothing stops you developing the backend.
     
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    Looks like it's running. Click on 'Admin' to make sure you get a web page that's hosted by Apache locally.

    Now that this works, it's time to make sure you can use PHP from the command line: Go to your environment variables (the same place where you configured JAVA_HOME before), and edit the PATH user environment variable. In front of what's already there, prepend: F:\xampp\php;

    Close the window and open your command line interface. Run the command "php -v" to see if it prints the PHP version.
     
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    Stephan van Hulst wrote:Looks like it's running. Click on 'Admin' to make sure you get a web page that's hosted by Apache locally.

    Now that this works, it's time to make sure you can use PHP from the command line: Go to your environment variables (the same place where you configured JAVA_HOME before), and edit the PATH user environment variable. In front of what's already there, prepend: F:\xampp\php;

    Close the window and open your command line interface. Run the command "php -v" to see if it prints the PHP version.



    Yes,it seems to be opening some webpage please find it attached with this post when i clicked on admin button over there.
    secondly to configure this php actually i have installed it as per attached bin file location in my F drive so should i prepend it like (env. variable) i mean like F:\Java Training\SW\Netbeans\Xampp installation location\apache\bin
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    No. Prepend the PHP installation location to your PATH variable, NOT the Apache location.

    In your case that would be F:\Java Training\SW\Netbeans\Xampp installation location\php
     
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    i configured it as bin location of Xampp like java last time but ended up in attached error attaching screen shots for path and php not recognized command.

    Thanks
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    Because you didn't follow the instruction correctly. Like I said, you need to set the path for PHP. Not for Apache. Not for Xampp. PHP.

    After you've corrected it, you need to restart your command line interface for it to pick up your changes.
     
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    John Ken wrote:i configured it as bin location of Xampp like java last time but ended up in attached error attaching screen shots for path and php not recognized command.

    Thanks



    updated path as per advice still same error 'php not recognized..'
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    John Ken wrote:

    John Ken wrote:i configured it as bin location of Xampp like java last time but ended up in attached error attaching screen shots for path and php not recognized command.

    Thanks



    updated path as per advice still same error 'php not recognized..'



    Thanks ! it seems after following your instructions and restarting my computer i have been able to install php successfully please refer attachhed screen shot for same reference.

    Now as it seems to be installed kindly advise how could i write server side program using laravel for my problem?


    Thanks much !!
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    Now you install Composer. After you've done that, you run the following command:

    What to do next depends on what IDE you want to use.
     
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    ok,thanks but now it's asking proxy server URL which i am not sure could you please advise what to enter here as shown in attached screen shot:-

    Thanks
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    Just click "Next".
     
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    Thanks,it seems to be installed successfully ,please refer attached screen shot for same reference.

    So as I have installed both Eclipse and Netbeans IDEs, so I am not sure which one will be better here considering resolution of my problem stated  earlier in this thread.


    Thanks much !!
     
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    ..just missed that reference attachment for composer installation,please find it attached here and kindly advise further.


    Thanks
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