Article ID: 5462, created on Jul 10, 2008, last review on Aug 12, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Sitebuilder 3.x for Linux/Unix


PHP SQLite extension does not support UTF-8 encoding on the publishing server. Text information on the site may be displayed incorrectly.


There is a special requirements list for publishing server exists -
This list includes sqlite (2.x, support UTF-8 encoding) support for PHP. If publishing side does not have appropriate UTF-8 encoding support for SQLite 2.x extension installed for PHP publication will be completed but you will get warning message during publication.


There are two ways for resolving this situation:

1. Install appropriate SQLite 2.x extension with UTF-8 encoding support.
2. Disable warning message by adding following line into <SB_ROOT>/config file:

disable_sqlite_encoding_warning = true


<SB_ROOT> - Sitebuilder installation directory - /usr/local/sitebuilder or /opt/sitebuilder (on Debian and Ubuntu servers).
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