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I installed an app (ScriptCase) that relies on a Zend Loader. I have the .so file I could point to in php.ini but it looks as if Zend is enabled (ran print_r(ini_get_all()); to view current .ini) besides I do not know where the ini is located running phpinfo looks like I could set a custom one in my app folder but I dont want to over-ride functional features by mistake. err message @ http://develop.jabenterprises.org/scriptcase/

asked 07 Aug '12, 12:45

jabdeveloper
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edited 07 Aug '12, 15:37


If you need to set your own php.ini directives, just create php.ini in the root of your app's top-level directory and set them there. If you set only the directives that you need, then you won't need to worry about breaking anything. If you do break something, then just comment out the offending lines in php.ini until you can figure out what went wrong.

Hope that helps!

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answered 07 Aug '12, 16:33

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