I wrote a script (<? phpinfo(); ?>) and executed it from the commandline
(php script.php > test.txt)
turns out text.txt doesnt have sybase support listed at all - which the
apache version of phpinfo has.
could this be the problem? and if so, how do i enable sybase support for the
commandline php?
or can i setup so i run the apache configured php from the commandline also?

thank you for your previous answer!

> Sounds like you might be working with 2 different versions of php:
> Mod-php for Apache in the web environment, stand-alone php operating in
> the shell. You might want to start by ensuring that the stand alone
> version is compiled -with mssql. Try running phpinfo() in the shell?
> Richard
> Erik wrote:
> > When running a (php 4.0.6) script (on redhat 6.1) using mssql_connect()
> > directly on the shell with "php -q script.php" i get a fatal error:
> >
> > Call to undefined function:  mssql_connect()
> >
> > But this error does not occur when running the script through a browser
> > (apache webserver)....
> > What's the deal here?
> >
> > Erik Kaber
> >
> >
> >
> >

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