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Hi guys, My name is Ed. I am att

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Hi guys,

My name is Ed. I am attempting to install Apache 2.4 on my desktop as a server application. I understand that the server, Apache, PHP and SQL are vital for the application to work.

I want to ask if anyone can or have the time to connect the dots for a NUBIE.

In what file do I put the Microsoft SQL Server 2014?

Where and how do I place the PHP program code?

I already have Apache 2.4 installed. The browser says "IT WORKS"! Now I am confused.
I don't want to cause a problem and not even know where it is. Help would be really appreciated. Thank you


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