Support » Plugin: SQLite Integration » support windows server 2008?

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  • Plugin Author kjmtsh


    Hi, acturbo.

    You mean installing WordPress on IIS server, right?
    I don’t have that environment and I’m not sure if it is possible or not.

    The document in the codex Installing on Microsoft IIS says you can install WordPress on IIS. But I don’t have no more information to help you.

    I’ve only checked the XAMPP on Windows on the local machine: Apache, PHP, SQLite library and PHP PDO extension. On this environment, WordPress + SQLite Integration works fine except patch.exe which needs some workaround concerning UAC.

    If you run PHP on Windows, you’ll have to enable some library and extension. Check your php.ini file:


    This is required for using SQLite.

    No warranty, but you can try it. Good luck!



    Thanks for your reply. That’s exactly what i was asking about … installing WP on WS2008 using IIS7. I love the idea of using SQLite instead of MySQL or SQL Server. It makes no sense to install and run an RDBMS for a website that will have ~100 blog posts and see minimal traffic. I will give this a try soon.

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