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In this first part of "Building an Invoicing System," we are going to look at invoice management. Why would anyone want an online invoicing system? Well, if you are a freelance web developer like myself, you will undoubtedly need to invoice your clients so as to be able to get paid at the end of the month. This application will help you to manage your client details as well as your invoices.

  1. Creating a Login Script for a PHP Invoicing System
  2. What if I don't see that page?
  3. Database schema
  4. Login program
By: Leidago
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September 06, 2006

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If it is not there at all, then it means that the extension has not been enabled or cannot be found. In that case you should go back to the php site (http://www.php.net/) and download a version that includes the source, unzip the package and copy the extensions directory to your php directory. Then you should open up the php ini file, find the line that says 'extension_dir' and add the location of your php directory to the line.

For example if your php directory is 'c:php' then add 'extension_dir = "C:phpextensions". This will enable PHP to find the pdf extension quickly. Do the test again as before. Hopefully this time you will see the pdf enabled text. The pdf creation is a big part of the invoicing application so it is vital that you get this part right and that everything works fine.

Let's look at the complete login and main page screens:


Fig 1 The login Screen


Fig 2 The main page

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