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These options are set in installation scenarios of translate5

Normal options are set in the database table Zf_configuration.

In contrast, installation specific options are set in the file

application/config/installation.ini

which resides in your translate5 installation directory. If you followed translate5 Ubuntu installation manual, your installation directory is located at

/var/www/translate5

If you used translate5 windows installer, it is located at

c:\xampp\htdocs\translate5\

Options in installation.ini

;mandatory database connection information:
resources.db.params.host = "DB_HOST"
resources.db.params.username = "DB_USERNAME"
resources.db.params.password = "DB_PASSWORD"
resources.db.params.dbname = "DB_NAME"

;mandatory default sender email address and name; same address is used as receiver for error mails
resources.mail.defaultFrom.email = MAILADDRESS
resources.mail.defaultFrom.name = Support Translate5 ; should be changed to a speakable name

runtimeOptions.sendMailDisabled = 1 ; with this optional setting all mail sending can be disabled. set to 0 or remove entry to enable mail sending.


Additional Information to the e-mail configuration:

MAILADDRESS: must be replaced with a valid e-mail address. The address is used as sender address (so the configured SMTP server must be able to send mails with this address as sender).
The same e-mail is used as the default receiver for all types of errors in the application. The receiver for logging / error mails can be configured differently.

SMTPSERVER: is the address of the SMTP server

USERNAME and PASSWORD: are the credentials to the SMTP server, if an auth type is configured.

Summary

The installation.ini contains:

  • database connection information
  • resources.mail.defaultFrom.email  
    => this is the default email-address of your translate5 installation
  • runtimeOptions.sendMailDisabled
    => set to 1, to disable all mail sending. This is the recommended setting, if you have no mailserver installed.
    => set to 0 to enable mail sending. If you use this setting, your php-installation must know a mailserver to pass emails to.
    For your information: If you enable mails in translate5, in case of php errors translate5 will send an email about the error to the mail address configured in resources.mail.defaultFrom.email  

Be careful: Configuration values in installation.ini overwrite values set in Zf_configuration. With the exception of the above listed options this IS NOT recommended. 


















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