"Oracle and MSSQL are fully supported (but may never have been tested for optional plugins) but documentation and support is limited".
How can they be fully supported if support is limited? Perhaps there should be a better explanation of what is meant by "support" here?
Mark Johnson 16:48, 23 January 2012 (WST)
Fair point - improved I hope --Howard Miller 22:52, 21 March 2012 (WST)
It is strongly recommended to use ACL when your server supports it ...
chmod -R +a ...
The docs suggest a specific syntax for setting ACLs that only seems to work on OSX instead of Linux systems which is what the Requirements section suggestions this document is primarily focused on.
The ACL given also seems to directly against the security advice also given on that page.
It is vital that the files are not writable by the web server user
I agree and think that talk of ACL's it confusing and unnecessary in the standard install docs.
- Thanks Chris and Paul for your comments. Please feel free to edit the info and remove or amend the references to ACL. --Helen Foster (talk) 23:12, 30 November 2015 (AWST)
Please see Create an empty database section and check if --
Oracle (known issues, not fully supported)
Is there any issue with Installation on Windows Server 2016
Is there any issue with Installation on Windows Server 2016 Standard 64 bit 8 GB Ram
The first issue we faced was with the php extension not being enabled, we did follow the instruction to enable php extension and still not working.