Avactis shopping cart system is built around PHP technology using MySQL to store data. Therefore, Avactis shopping cart software may be installed on any server where a PHP interpreter, MySQL database server and web server are in place.

Operating system: Unix, Linux, Windows, MacOS.

PHP Shopping Cart With FreeBSD
Free BSD
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PHP Shopping Cart With RedHat
PHP Shopping Cart With Slackware
PHP Shopping Cart With Solaris
PHP Shopping Cart With Windows
PHP Shopping Cart Web server should support PHP version mentioned below:

Avacis Version

Avactis Ebusiness 3.0.0
Avactis Next 3.0.0
Avactis Next 1.0.0
Ebusiness 2.1.2 and 2.1.3

PHP Version

5.3 and Above
5.3 and Above
5.3 and Above
5.3 and Above
5.2 and 5.3
5.2 and 5.3



* Version previous to 2.1.0 is not supported ,please upgrade it to latest one.

PHP Shopping CartWeb server should support MySQL version 4.0.2 or higher. You will need to have access to the MySQL database, including these details: MySQL server name, database name, username and password for MySQL access;

PHP Shopping Cart Avactis Shopping Cart supports web servers running PHP 5 and MySQL 5;

PHP Shopping CartAvailable disk space on the host server for Avactis shopping cart system should be at least 35MB, plus the database size, which depends on the number of products on sale. For smaller Internet stores, the database size will not exceed 5MB, for medium-sized stores – 10MB, and for very large stores – about 100MB;

PHP Shopping CartAmount of memory available to PHP processes should be 64MB (128MB for 64-bit OS);

PHP Shopping CartHTTPS for some payment methods (including offline credit card processing).;

PHP Shopping CartSSH (Secure Shell) access or Cron job management is required for backup and restore;

PHP Shopping CartApache mod_rewrite module is required for SEO URLs support;

PHP Shopping CartApache mod_rewrite module is required for SEO URLs support;

PHP Shopping CartThe following PHP settings are required:
upload_max_filesize – mustn’t be 0;
upload_tmp_dir – should be defined;
md5() function – must be enabled;
GMP library – is recommended for faster and stable RSA encryption.

All the above-mentioned requirements will usually be met by most web hosting providers.