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The basic requirements for running WebCollab are:
WebCollab is server based, and has confirmed operation on these platforms:
WebCollab is essentially platform independent. Any operating systems capable of running Apache and PHP should work.
WebCollab is written in the PHP scripting language. Recommended configuration is:
WebCollab 3.00 requires PHP with the optional multibyte strings (mbstring) and PDO support compiled in. Both these options should be normally compiled into PHP 5+.
WebCollab 1.71 (and lower versions) can use PHP 4.3.0 without mbstring and PDO
Although neither recommended, nor supported, some users have WebCollab running successfully with Microsoft IIS and PHP. We have also had reports of WebCollab successfully running on WebSTAR 5.4
WebCollab requires a database backend. Two databases are supported:
Some notable user features in WebCollab include:
And the software is based on mature code base:
WebCollab has built-in translation files for Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Catalan, English, Esperanto, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish. The Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages are only available with the WebCollab UTF-8 version.
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