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Installation of the
Content Management module for Phprojekt.

New install in Phprojekt 4.2.

New install of the CMS module (Phprojekt 4.2).

If you are using Phprojekt 4.2 and want to install for the first time the CMS module, these directions are for you:

0) Phprojekt working.
You must have Phprojekt 4.2 installed, configured and working.

1) Get the files.
Get the files from http://www.mariovaldez.net/software/cm_4p/ (There are zip and tar.gz files available). Note that you require version 0.6.0 or higher. (Version 0.5.1 will work but you cannot use the database table prefix feature of Phprojekt and will miss several CMS enhancements).

2) Unpack.
Extract the files in the phprojekt directory. That will create a "cm" directory with several files inside. This will NOT overwrite any of your original phprojekt files.

3) Change ownership.
Change the ownership of those files to the user used by your web server (usually "nobody" in Unix/Linux).
To change the ownership in Linux/Unix, you execute in a shell terminal in the server the command chown:

chown -h -R nobody:nobody cm/

In Windows environments, using the Windows Explorer, check the Security tab of the Properties dialog of the directory, and set the permissions so that the user IUSR_servername has permissions to read and write on the CM directory.

4) Run setup.
Point your browser to the phprojekt directory, login and then change the URL to whateverphprojekturl/cm/setup.php. Go through the options in order. First create the config file, change what you want, if unsure, leave the defaults. (Check the Configuration page for details). Then press the "Create config file" button.
NOTE: you must login in phprojekt as the user you will set as superuser (who can change the config data), if not, you will be locked out after creating the config file. For example, if you want "root" user to be the superuser (for the CMS module), login in phprojekt as root and then change the URL to cm/setup.php, there you set the superuser to "root1" (this is the default short name of root in recent phprojekt versions, if unsure, check the database, table "users", field/column "kurz"). In case you end up locked out, just edit the created cm_config.inc.php file.

5) Create database tables.
Choose the option "Create database tables" in the setup page. This will create the database tables. There are 6 tables in the 0.5.0, 0.5.1 and 0.6.0 versions one for content, one for hits, one for user comments, one for user ratings, one for the permission/restriction matrix and one for the log.

6) Create content directory.
Choose the option "Create main directory". This will create the root content directory. If you have defined a directory that is not inside the CM directory, the creation may fail if the web server don't have enough permissions. Anyway you can create the directory manually.

7) Change the permission/restriction matrix.
Suggested values are the default ones. Review carefully your changes and select the "Save restriction matrix" button. If you plan to change this matrix, read the FAQ question "The restriction table seems so complex, give me a hint.".

8) Test.
To test that everything is ok, point your browser to whateverphprojekturl/cm/ (or choose "Go to the Content Management module homepage") and see if the page is displayed. Because this is a new setup, only the nav bar will be displayed.
If you get an empty page, read the FAQ question "All I get is a blank/empty page".

9) Integrate.
Ok, now you will need to edit 2 or 3 phprojekt files. Don't worry, you will only change a couple of lines.
First, the main index.php file (from the phprojekt root, not the cm directory). At the end of the file, at line 218 or so (just before the // perform the frame set comment), add the line:

include_once ("cm/cm_mainindex.inc.php");

This line will include the code to make the content tab to work.
Second, the lib/show_modules.inc.php file. You will add the following line:

include_once ($path_pre."/cm/cm_navigation.inc.php");

You can add it at line 14. This will make the content tab to appear just before the Calendar tab and after the Summary tab. You can change this to appear at other position. (Just be sure to add it after the line defining $mod_arr[]).
Third (optional, can be used only if using CMS 0.6.0 or higher), if you want to have a list of recent articles in the Summary page of Phprojekt, you need to edit the summary/summary.php file and add the following around line 370 (as the last PHP line, before the ?> symbols):

include_once ($path_pre."/cm/cm_summary.inc.php");

10) Test again.
To test, point your browser to the phprojekt URL.

11) You are done.
If you are the superuser, you will find some extra icons in the nav bar to create pages.

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