I'm afraid before you're able to use the informix database it will have to
be upgraded to at least version 7.x. We have SCO Openserver 5.0.4 running
the Informix SE 7.2 with PHP4 and Apache and all works well. We too have an
NT server but would not even entertain the idea of running the web server
from there. For us the unix box is so much more reliable.
- Paul -
----- Original Message -----
From: "Luigi Casiraghi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 10:10 PM
Subject: [PHP-DB] php client --> informix-se
> Dear all,
> I have a question for you.
> Given the following configuration:
> - One NT machine with Apache 3.14 and php4 (from www.php4.de) installed
> (the one that should act like client)
> - One Sco_SV system Release 3.2v5.0.5 with INFORMIX-SE Version 5.10.UD1
> (the server)
> Are my SCO-UNIX Release and INFORMIX-SE Version suitable for use
> with PHP4 ?
> I would like to create php4 scripts that connect from the NT machine
> to the Informix Server, execute query, etc to diplay formatted data
> throught Apache.
> PHP has been configured to use the php_ifx.dll but when I execute
> a simple script with only phpinfo() to see php configuration I receive
> the following message:
> "can't find the dinamyc library isqlt09a.dll in the specified path...."
> and as a consegunce
> "cant load php_ifx.dll..."
> the fact is that there isn't the file isqlt09a.dll on the NT system.
> what file is it ?
> What are the pieces I need to complete the puzzle and where can I get
> them ?
> a great thanks in advance to everyone that can give me an help.
> Luigi Casiraghi
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