Ennex wrote:1. Do I need to upgrade phpMyAdmin now and should I be doing that with every new version?
Ennex wrote:2. Does that mean going through the complex procedure described under "Quick Install" (linked above)?
Ennex wrote:3. Is that procedure compatible with a XAMPP installation of phpMyAdmin?
Ennex wrote:4. Is there something I should be doing to ensure that all the components of XAMPP are kept up-to-date?
XAMPP does not support upgrading any of the single component alone. phpMyAdmin can be kept up to date because it is loosly coupled (which is not the case for Apache, PHP, MySQL, etc.)
Ennex wrote:Does that mean that I cannot update those three base components at all
Ennex wrote:I presume that the online host I select will constantly update Apache, PHP, and MySQL as new versions are released.
Ennex wrote:Or am I confused about something?
Nobbie wrote:Ennex wrote:I presume that the online host I select will constantly update Apache, PHP, and MySQL as new versions are released.
Sorry, but this is definately completely WRONG. NOTHING is upgraded automatically, as it may destroy running applications etc. It is always a big task (and you have to go for it) to change/upgrade the infrastructure of your hosting environment.
JJ_Tagy wrote:I think he is actually saying that his paid live host will update their server - not XAMPP.
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