You need these or your preferred equivalents in place first
Apache, PHP and MySQL Servers are required for uniCenta oPOS Web Reporting.
If you just want to have it running on one machine or on your internal network then you should consider MAMP. It is a free, fast and convenient one-stop installer with a simple lightweight interface. It allows easy control of locally hosted Apache and MySQL servers.
LOCAL & CLOUD
WordPress is required for uniCenta oPOS Web Reporting.
It is a free, open source and leading publishing platform which powers more websites worldwide than any other.
A huge range of WordPress plugins allow customization to suit most requirements.
For a Local installation you could install MAMP first then install WordPress.
For a Cloud installation : your web hosting provider may include a convenient WordPress installer as part of your web hosting plan.
wpDataTables is required for uniCenta oPOS Web Reporting.
A best-selling WordPress plugin which makes your work with tables, charts and data management easy.
Available as a free WordPress plugin – which has limitations and doesn’t connect to MySQL databases.
And a paid supported version – which does connect to MySQL databases – and needed for uniCenta Web Reports. It is currently priced $35USD and you have to pay the wpDataTables publishers directly – not us.
If you purchase wpDataTables from CodeCanyon following the link ; we don’t mind telling you we receive an introductory commission and which we reinvest back into the uniCenta oPOS project. If you don’t… we don’t.
MAMP provides a quick and easy way to install a local or network MySQL database server for uniCenta oPOS v4 even if you don’t need web reporting.
If you intend to host your MySQL database on a web host you need to make sure it’s accessible and configured correctly.
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