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== Linux ==
 
== Linux ==
  
# [[DreamFactory/Installation#Linux|Install DreamFactory]]. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in <code>~/dsp/</code> with its PHP installed in <code>~/dsp/php/</code>.)
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# [[DreamFactory/Installation#Linux|Install DreamFactory]]. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in <code>~/df/</code> with its PHP installed in <code>~/df/php/</code>.)
# Check <code>~/dsp/php/etc/php.ini</code> to ensure the values <code>extension=pgsql.so</code> and <code>extension=pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer they already are.)
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# Check <code>~/df/php/etc/php.ini</code> to ensure the values <code>extension=pgsql.so</code> and <code>extension=pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer they already are.)
# Check <code>~/dsp/php/lib/php/extensions/</code> to ensure <code>pgsql.so</code> and <code>pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present. (These are included in the Bitnami package.)
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# Check <code>~/df/php/lib/php/extensions/</code> to ensure <code>pgsql.so</code> and <code>pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present. (These are included in the Bitnami package.)
 
# If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
 
# If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
 
# Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
 
# Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
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== Mac ==
 
== Mac ==
  
# [[DreamFactory/Installation#Mac_OS_X|Install DreamFactory]]. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in <code>/Applications/dsp/</code> with its PHP installed in <code>/Applications/dsp/php/</code>.)
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# [[DreamFactory/Installation#Mac_OS_X|Install DreamFactory]]. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in <code>/Applications/df/</code> with its PHP installed in <code>/Applications/df/php/</code>.)
# Check <code>/Applications/dsp/php/etc/php.ini</code> to ensure the values <code>extension=pgsql.so</code> and <code>extension=pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer they already are.)
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# Check <code>/Applications/df/php/etc/php.ini</code> to ensure the values <code>extension=pgsql.so</code> and <code>extension=pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer they already are.)
# Check <code>/Applications/dsp/php/lib/php/extensions/</code> to ensure <code>pgsql.so</code> and <code>pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present. (These are included in the Bitnami package.)
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# Check <code>/Applications/df/php/lib/php/extensions/</code> to ensure <code>pgsql.so</code> and <code>pdo_pgsql.so</code> are present. (These are included in the Bitnami package.)
 
# If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
 
# If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
 
# Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
 
# Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
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== Windows ==
 
== Windows ==
  
# [[DreamFactory/Installation#Windows_2|Install DreamFactory]]. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in <code>C:\dsp\</code> with its PHP installed in <code>C:\dsp\php\</code>.)
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# [[DreamFactory/Installation#Windows_2|Install DreamFactory]]. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in <code>C:\df\</code> with its PHP installed in <code>C:\df\php\</code>.)
# Check <code>C:\dsp\php\php.ini</code> to ensure the value <code>extension=php_pdo_pgsql.dll</code> is present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer it already is.)
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# Check <code>C:\df\php\php.ini</code> to ensure the value <code>extension=php_pdo_pgsql.dll</code> is present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer it already is.)
# Check <code>C:\dsp\php\ext\</code> to ensure <code>php_pdo_pgsql.dll</code> is present. (This is included in the Bitnami package.)
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# Check <code>C:\df\php\ext\</code> to ensure <code>php_pdo_pgsql.dll</code> is present. (This is included in the Bitnami package.)
 
# If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
 
# If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
 
# Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
 
# Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.

Revision as of 14:23, 28 April 2017

Linux

  1. Install DreamFactory. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in ~/df/ with its PHP installed in ~/df/php/.)
  2. Check ~/df/php/etc/php.ini to ensure the values extension=pgsql.so and extension=pdo_pgsql.so are present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer they already are.)
  3. Check ~/df/php/lib/php/extensions/ to ensure pgsql.so and pdo_pgsql.so are present. (These are included in the Bitnami package.)
  4. If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
  5. Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
    • Type: Remote SQL DB
    • Username and Password: valid credentials to your PostgreSQL DB
    • SQL Vendor: PostgreSQL
    • Host: hostname or IP of your PostgreSQL server (localhost if appropriate)
    • Database Name: name of the PostgreSQL DB
    • Connection String: if using a port other than the default (5432), add ;port=#### (where #### is the actual port number) to the end of your connection string
  6. Click over to the “API Docs” tab, expand your new service, and perform a simple GET request to verify connectivity.

Mac

  1. Install DreamFactory. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in /Applications/df/ with its PHP installed in /Applications/df/php/.)
  2. Check /Applications/df/php/etc/php.ini to ensure the values extension=pgsql.so and extension=pdo_pgsql.so are present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer they already are.)
  3. Check /Applications/df/php/lib/php/extensions/ to ensure pgsql.so and pdo_pgsql.so are present. (These are included in the Bitnami package.)
  4. If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
  5. Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
    • Type: Remote SQL DB
    • Username and Password: valid credentials to your PostgreSQL DB
    • SQL Vendor: PostgreSQL
    • Host: hostname or IP of your PostgreSQL server (localhost if appropriate)
    • Database Name: name of the PostgreSQL DB
    • Connection String: if using a port other than the default (5432), add ;port=#### (where #### is the actual port number) to the end of your connection string
  6. Click over to the “API Docs” tab, expand your new service, and perform a simple GET request to verify connectivity.

Windows

  1. Install DreamFactory. (The below steps assume a DreamFactory install in C:\df\ with its PHP installed in C:\df\php\.)
  2. Check C:\df\php\php.ini to ensure the value extension=php_pdo_pgsql.dll is present and uncommented. (In the Bitnami installer it already is.)
  3. Check C:\df\php\ext\ to ensure php_pdo_pgsql.dll is present. (This is included in the Bitnami package.)
  4. If you made any changes/additions in steps ii and iii, restart your Apache server.
  5. Login to your DreamFactory Admin Console and create a new service in the Services tab. Enter the following, then click Save at the bottom of the page.
    • Type: Remote SQL DB
    • Username and Password: valid credentials to your PostgreSQL DB
    • SQL Vendor: PostgreSQL
    • Host: hostname or IP of your PostgreSQL server (localhost if appropriate)
    • Database Name: name of the PostgreSQL DB
    • Connection String: if using a port other than the default (5432), add ;port=#### (where #### is the actual port number) to the end of your connection string
  6. Click over to the “API Docs” tab, expand your new service, and perform a simple GET request to verify connectivity.