FreeBSD 11.x

*nix setup

Download archive with CGI script.

Install it (see below).

Download archive “Configuration file and charset defenition files” and unpack to folder with main executable file archive.

If you need to work with XML, choose appropriate alternative.


Put file parser3.cgi to cgi-bin folder of your web-site (while uploading it using ftp you must to do it in binary mode);

Set necessary rights (ask your hosting provider for details, but usually it's - 755);

Create in root folder of your site file .htaccess and add these commands to it:

# assign parser as .html pages handler:
AddHandler parsed-html html
Action parsed-html /cgi-bin/parser3.cgi
# disable access to .cfg and .p files:
<Files ~ "\.(p|cfg)$">
Order allow,deny
Deny from all

Note: default Apache server configration does not allow to use .htaccess files.

SQL drivers setup

Download archives with SQL drivers you need and unpack them to directory {where you have installed Configuration file}/lib

for 64-bit OS

parser3_4_5_freebsd110Rx64.tar.gz (01.03.2017  2.4 MB)
Installation package. Includes CGI script, configuration file, charset defenition files, drivers, client libraries

parser3_4_5_freebsd110Rx64_cgi_xml.tar.gz (01.03.2017  950.5 KB)
CGI script

parser3sql_10_7_freebsd110Rx64_mysql.tar.gz (01.03.2017  21.1 KB)
SQL driver for MySQL

parser3sql_10_4_freebsd110Rx64_sqlite.tar.gz (01.03.2017  20.1 KB)
SQL driver for SQLite

parser3sql_10_5_freebsd110Rx64_pgsql.tar.gz (01.03.2017  22.7 KB)
SQL driver for PostgreSQL

parser3conf_1_5_20131024_unix.tar.gz (24.10.2013  7.1 KB)
Configuration file and charset defenition files