I installed the package and opened the page qrcode-test.php, but no image was created and no error appeared.
- Apache Server Version 2.2.11
- PHP5 Version 5.3.5
- GD Support enabled (version 2.0.34)
Maik Greubel - 2014-11-05 19:05:15 - In reply to message 3 from Angelo Cirone
just an idea: has the webserver account the correct rights to create new files in the tests folder, where the test.jpg should be stored according store() method?
In meantime I tested it against a plain PHP 5.3.5 runtime (without Apache) and with Apache 2.2 Win32. Both tests were successful.
I also added to new example scripts, qrcode-form.php and qrcode-display.php which are the same than in demo (here on phpclasses.org). These two scripts don't store the image but send it directly to browser. Could you please test this? In case of it works and a qrcode is displayed, the problem has to be searched on your server configuration (I guess some access rights issue).
Angelo Cirone - 2014-11-06 11:28:44 - In reply to message 4 from Maik Greubel
Thank you for the support.
In the folder "tests" I found the file test.jpg created by the script.
The only problem is that it doesn't display the result in the browser.
So I added this row
echo "<img src='test.jpg'>";
to display the image.