With the inclusion of mysqli, this plugin is a crapshoot at best for anyone running their own environment. If you’re running an approved host, with the ability to enable php zipArchive, and the mysql mysqli plugin you’re totally set.
In the event you’re using your own linux distro, or trying to get this plugin running properly on WAMP, XAMMP, or MAMP. Then you are unfortunately out of luck if you’re unable to use one of these plugins due to the configuration of your environment.
I would gladly rate much higher if not for the simple fact that this plugin is built on extensions to core technologies, and not necessarily the core technologies themselves. Also the lack of documentation for how to set this plugin up properly with cPanel (The most widely distributed software backend), is most likely a push for the $75 an hour “service request”. Meaning if you are with a host using cpanel, its likely you’ll need additional help configuring this plugin.
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