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install ezcomponent

Friday 03 February 2012 2:59:43 pm - 4 replies

Hi,I want to install ezcomponent. But i don't know where to place the folder. Please guide me . I read this url( They mentioned like this, create a directory where you want the eZ components to be placed.

Friday 03 February 2012 3:44:15 pm


first, if you have downloaded the latest eZ Publish (Community or Enterprise), be sure that you don't already have it since most of the release embed the eZ Components (in lib/ezc).

If you only want to install the Components, then you can install them wherever you want, just add the path to this location in your PHP include_path setting. By the way, if you are installing them on a Linux distribution, use the PEAR method described in the documentation page you linked in your post.

Friday 10 February 2012 11:22:48 am

Hi Arnaud,

Thank you very much for your quick reply

Monday 13 February 2012 2:30:38 pm


I am trying to install ez components. In one of the installation guide, they given installation step as,

<?phpset_include_path( "/path/to/ezcomponents-1.0rc1" . PATH_SEPARATOR .  get_include_path());?>


i have doubt in the above, in which file i have to give the path.

here, path is a keyword or whether path of my server.

Please help me

Modified on Monday 13 February 2012 2:34:27 pm by nagoor meeran

Monday 13 February 2012 2:56:11 pm

Hi Nagoor and welcome aboard the eZ Community, 

You might be trying to install the eZ/Zeta Components for use within eZ Publish. If so, you should consider using the bundled ones : all builds/releases of eZ Publish (Community Project or Enterprise Edition) embed the library.

If trying to use them in a totally separate application, I would recommend having a look at the AZC (Apache Zeta Components) documentation or ask further questions on the user mailing-list (more info here : ).



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