Conventions

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delphinet2For Delphi and .NET platforms

In the course of this tutorial you will enter different types of data such as names and passwords and is very easy to get confused about the data to be entered on each place. These conventions will help you avoid mistakes:

 

CONVENTION

MEANING

<avsoft-user-email>

The email address used as user of the AV-SOFT site

<avsoft-user-pass>

The password used as user of the AV-SOFT site

<user-email>

The email address used as user of your own AVLock SS site

<user-pass>

The password used as user of your own AVLock SS site

<host-user>

The user name of the hosting account

<host-pass>

The password for the user of the hosting account

<master-domain>

The AV-SOFT domain. Currently av-soft.com.ar. May change in the future.

<your-domain>

The domain attached to your hosting account. Domains examples are: google.com, yahoo.com, etc. The AV-SOFT domains are: av-soft.com and av-soft.com.ar

<sql-host>

Host for the MySql server. Normally localhost

<sql-user>

User name for the MySql database

<sql-pass>

Password for the user of the MySql database

<sql-db>

MySql database name

<prefix>

A prefix to be prepended to the table names

<enckey>

Encryption key used to encrypt data that is transferred between the web site and a Delphi application.

<curency3>

3 chars currency. e.g. "USD"

<currency1>

1 char currency e.g. "$"

<olm-path>

The folder where is located all User-Panel files. For example if the User-Panel location is /home/<host-user>/public_html/sspanel we have two possibilities:

- If your domain points to public_html, <olm-path> shoud be replaced by /sspanel, and the URL to access your site will be http://<your-domain>/sspanel.

- If your domain points to public_html/sspanel, <olm-path> should be left blank, and the URL to access your site will be http://<your-domain>

<main-email>

Your email address to receive reports.

<sender-email>

Sender email address in emails send to users. (Email "From" item).

<sender-name>

The sender name (Email "From" item).

<paypal-user-email>

The email address of the PayPal account for the buyer.

<paypal-vendor-email>

The email address of the PayPal account for the vendor.

<sandbox-user-email>

The fictional buyer email address to be used with the PayPal Sandbox.

<sandbox-vendor-email>

The fictional vendor email address to be used with the PayPal Sandbox.

 

 

In the documentation we include explanatory references mentioning conventions to identify the data entered. As seen in the image below:

 

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