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pagoda box is very useful tool for a programmer to test their php app online
so its very useful one. For deploying code pagodabox use git command

[pagoda
getting-started](http://help.pagodabox.com/customer/portal/topics/86057-getting-started/articles
"pagoda staring topic")

Refer article about yii:-

[pagoda yii](http://help.pagodabox.com/customer/portal/articles/175451-yii
"pagoda yii")


especially refer how to use git in getting-started/articles

Before starting we need rubygems we can install it on linux using


~~~
sudo apt-get install rubygems1.9.1
~~~

then you need to install pagoda

~~~
sudo gem install pagoda
~~~


then check pagoda -h if its working your luck else you need to google the
problem



may be you have to use rvm(ruby version mangaer)and install rubygems1.8.7 along
with 1.9.1

Refer:-

http://blog.lysender.com/2011/12/pagodabox-terminal-client-on-slackware/

when you use pagoda command for first time

you may ask user name & password remember they are asking your pagodabox
password not database Credentials username & password generated by
pagodabox.

If you already entered wrong user name or password then they will show error
find the directory in the error and remove the directory so then when you reuse
‘pagoda’ command they will ask again new user-name & password so enter
correct one.

We can connect to database using two method

1)tunneling

2)phpmyadmin

Tunneling method is correct & recommended by pagodabox for those who pagoda
terminal command is not working can use phpmyadmin

tunneling


~~~
sudo pagoda -a app_name tunnel -c db1
~~~
here app_name will be your app_name and db1 normally it should be db1 or may be
it will db2 here it should be database component name


ok now if connection establish it show the response like in terminal 1 now
without closing the terminal 1 open oter terminsl(terminal2) and connect using
host name and port no shown in terminal 1 and database Credentials username
& password.then using mysql command update database

setting box file also important check getting-started/articles about boxfile
in boxfile we can define php extension we needed also 

~~~
web1: #component type & number
  name: app_name            #component settings
  shared_writable_dirs:
    - /protected/runtime
    - /assets
  document_root: /
  php_version: 5.3.8
  php_extensions:
    - mysql #other extension are also included as you needed

db1:
  name: database_name
  type: mysql
~~~

ok now phpmyadmin download it and put in appication folder rename
“config.sample.inc.php” inside phpMyAdmin to “config.inc.php” with
follwoing change
~~~
[php]
$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘user’] = ‘username’; // database Credentials
username

$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘password’] = ‘password’; // database
Credentials password

$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘auth_type’] = ‘config’;

$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘connect_type’] = ‘tcp’; //

$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘host’] = ‘tunnel.pagodabox.com’;// database
Credentials without port no

$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘port’] = ‘3306’;//database Credentials only
port no
~~~
then commit with new change

now we can access to phpmyadmin by

http://app_name.pagodabox.com/phpMyAdmin/

instead of app_name give your app name then uploda or create db

Refer for using phpmyadmin:-

[link..](http://help.pagodabox.com/customer/portal/questions/74725-manipulating-database
"")

Refer wiki article **Collaborative software with git**:-
[Collaborative software with
git](http://www.yiiframework.com/wiki/308/collaborative-software-with-git/
"")

[http://francis-yii-developer.me/post/18236343650/deploy-yii-on-pagoda-box
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