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ckroon

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Posted: 12/07/2017, 2:11 PM Quote message

Hi All.
I am making the jump to SC. I cannot rely on CCS to support this product properly.. as crying shame because this product is genius.
Anyways....

Has anyone had any luck with using your functions from CCS in a SC application?

mainly I need the $db->query($sql) and $db= new clsDBConnection1; items.

I have tried to copy what I find in Common but it has not worked properly.

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MichaelMcDonald

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Posted: 12/11/2017, 3:19 AM Quote message

Grab db_adapter, db_array,etc in fact anything in the project root
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DataDoIT
Posted: 12/11/2017, 12:07 PM Quote message

Grab all of the 15 CCS files, then you'll have access to all of the CCS
classes and functions. Or, keep all of the 15 CCS files that are in
place, and save all your money and time.
ccsminer

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Posted: 12/11/2017, 1:40 PM Quote message

FYI:SC performs encryption on the PHP source.
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ccsminer

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Posted: 12/11/2017, 1:41 PM Quote message

FYI:SC performs encryption on the PHP source.
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MichaelMcDonald

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Posted: 12/11/2017, 3:45 PM Quote message

As in intellectual property encrypt the pages and then engine unencrypt them at run time to the browser ?

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DataDoIT
Posted: 12/12/2017, 5:42 AM Quote message

They use PHP/Zend encryption
(http://www.zend.com/en/products/zend-guard) so that if you don't pay
your bill, you don't get your code.
MichaelMcDonald

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Posted: 12/13/2017, 4:41 AM Quote message

Don't really get that point of that .. kind of like having a partition behind your chair so your workmates can't see you type your password...
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ccsminer

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Posted: 12/13/2017, 2:17 PM Quote message

Quote ckroon:
Hi All.
I am making the jump to SC. I cannot rely on CCS to support this product properly.. as crying shame because this product is genius.
Anyways....

Has anyone had any luck with using your functions from CCS in a SC application?

mainly I need the $db->query($sql) and $db= new clsDBConnection1; items.

I have tried to copy what I find in Common but it has not worked properly.

FYI - SC is an extremely buggy product at this point - more of a test beta release. Support is also horrible.

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ccsminer

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Posted: 12/13/2017, 2:20 PM Quote message

Quote ckroon:
Hi All.
I am making the jump to SC. I cannot rely on CCS to support this product properly.. as crying shame because this product is genius.
Anyways....

Has anyone had any luck with using your functions from CCS in a SC application?

mainly I need the $db->query($sql) and $db= new clsDBConnection1; items.

I have tried to copy what I find in Common but it has not worked properly.

FYI - SC is an extremely buggy product at this point - more of a test beta release. Support is also horrible.

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