How to fix the "Application Instantiation Error" for Joomla!

Last modified by Jonaliza Binuhe on 2016/05/26 16:40

Fixing "Application Instantiation Error" for Joomla!

Check all the database details under the configuration.php

Go to your Cpanel Account and Log in.

Go to your cPanel > filemanager.jpg FileManager and under public_html open and edit your configuration.php 

Search for the following values:

1. For public $host, use the following:

  • gwhs-db1.i.gov.ph – (production - 01)
  • gwhs-db2.i.gov.ph – (production - 02)
  • localhost – (development/staging - stg01/stg02)

2. For public $db, public $user, and public $password they can be found and edited under the cPanel > mysql.gif MySQL Databases.

  • public $db - database name
  • public $user - database username
  • public $password - database password

Under the Current Databases, you can find both the database name and database user.
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Under the Current User, you can find the Set Password to change the database password.
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    *Always check for the password first either by changing or rewriting. Incorrect password is the most common source of this error.

    *Also try checking the public $dbprefix which can be viewed on your cPanel > phpMyAdmin.gif PhpMyAdmin. Check the prefix or your database.

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The following image may help you in troubleshooting your database error.

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Created by Jay Nacional on 2015/04/14 16:13