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    Zend Server Community Edition : Foire aux questions

    Q: Qu'est ce qu'un "Document Root" ?


    The document root is the file system directory in which files need to be placed in order to be run by the Web server. Files placed in your document root can be accessed by browsing to http://localhost:<port_number>/<file_name>. Files and directories under the document root will generally be available for download (if they are static files such as HTML or images) or for execution (if they are dynamic scripts such as PHP scripts).



    Q: Où se trouve mon document root ?


    The location of your default Zend Server document root depends on the operating system and the Web server you are using:

    • On Microsoft Windows:
      • If Zend Server is running on Microsoft IIS - C:/inetpub/wwwroot
      • If Zend Server is running on Apache - C:/Program Files/Zend/Apache2.2/htdocs
      • If you changed the location of your Zend Server installation, your document root will be located at <Zend_Server_installation_directory>/Apache2.2/htdocs, where <Zend_Server_installation_directory> is the location of the directory in which your Zend Server is installed.
    • On Linux:
      • If you installed Zend Server from a repository (DEB or RPM packages), the location of your document root is defined by your distribution's Apache packages, and will vary depending on your distribution and configuration.
        Common locations include:
        • Debian, Ubuntu - /var/www
        • Fedora Core, RHEL, CentOS - /var/www/html
      • If you installed Zend Server using the Generic Tarball package - /usr/local/zend/apache2/htdocs.
        If you changed the location of your Zend Server installation, your document root will be located at <Zend_Server_installation_directory>/apache2/htdocs, where <Zend_Server_installation_directory> is the location of the directory in which your Zend Server is installed.
    • On Mac OS X: /Applications/ZendServer/htdocs


    Q: Quel est mon numéro de port ?


    In most cases, your Web server's port number will be 80. If your port number is 80, you can omit the <port> parameter from your URL when browsing to your Web pages (i.e. you can browse to http://localhost/<file_name> without specifying a port number).

    In the following circumstances, your port number will be different:

    • You are running Zend Server on Mac OS X. In this case, the default port number will be 10088.
    • You installed Zend Server using the Generic Tarball package on Linux. In this case, the default port number will be 10088.
    • You modified the port number on which Zend Server listens, during or after installation.


    Q: Quelle différence entre Zend Server et Zend Server Community Edition (CE) ?


    Zend Server Community Edition (CE) is a free, complete Web application server that is ideal for developing and running non-critical applications, while Zend Server is ideal for business-critical applications that require high levels of reliability, performance and security. Learn more about the differences between Zend Server editions.

    Q: Peut-on faire une mise à niveau de Zend Server CE à Zend Server ?


    Zend Server CE can be easily upgraded to Zend Server simply by running Zend Server's installer:  All old settings, applications and configurations will be retained.

    Q: Comment savoir si une mise à jour est disponible ?


    Zend Server will notify you when an update is available. Information about the update, such as importance and a description is displayed in the Updates tab, under Administration. Zend Server is also shipped in DEB and RPM formats:  This means you can install and update Zend Server as you would any other software available from your distributions repositories (i.e.,  using aptitude, yum, synaptic, etc).

    Q: Y aura-t-il des mises à jour pour Zend Server Community Edition ?


    Zend Server Community Edition does not support an automatic update mechanism, though periodic updates will be available from Zend.

    Q: En quoi le Zend Server Community Edition (CE) se différentie-t-il de xampp ?


    The most fundamental difference is that Zend Server CE was designed from the ground up to run in production, and is supported by Zend, the PHP Company.

    Additionally, Zend Server CE provides an all-in-one installer that deploys a certified PHP distribution, Zend Framework, and integrates fully with Apache and IIS;  Zend Server CE also provides an integrated Web administration console.

    Q: Quelle amélioration de performance avec Zend Server ?


    Zend Server provides multiple technologies (code acceleration, full page caching and data caching) to improve your application response times and minimize resource utilization. Many customers report performance boosts of 200-300% for typical PHP applications, with reduced resource utilization.

    Q: Est-ce Zend Server Community Edition un projet open source ?


    No, Zend Server CE is a free product provided by Zend,  but it is not released under an open source license.

    Q: Comment installer Zend Server avec mon serveur Web Apache existant ?


    In Windows and Linux (when installed using the generic tar ball installer), Zend Server bundles its own Apache Web server and cannot use an existing pre-installed Apache server. 
    On Linux (using DEB and RPM packages), Zend Server uses the Apache server which is shipped with the Linux distribution.

    Q: Peut-on installer Zend Server et Zend Platform sur la même machine ?


    While technically it may be possible to install Zend Server and Zend Platform on the same machine, using different Web servers, this configuration is not supported by Zend.

    Q:  J'essaie d'ajouter une extension PHP (ex: DLL) sous Windows, mais l'extension ne charge pas. Pourquoi ?


    Before trying to add pre-built binary extensions on Windows, please make sure that the extension is built for the PHP version that is shipped with Zend Server, that it is not a debug build, and most importantly, that the extension is compiled in non-thread-safe (NTS) mode. Extensions compiled with thread-safety enabled will not work with Zend Server. Please note that Zend does not support custom extensions, and that before submitting any support requests, you should disable any custom extensions that you have added.

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