Well, I did that.  I typed in
"./configure --with-iodbc=/usr/local/odbcsdk --with-ibm-db2=/usr/lp/db2_06_0
1" and it can compile without a problem.  However, I checked the result of
the configure and it didn't display the iodbc for some reason.  So, that's
why the iodbc was not compiled with PHP.  I did have hte environment
variable specified correctly.  I tried to test it to see if it work if I do
the configure command without hte ibm db2 option and it can see the iodbc.
So, when I put the iodbc option back in, it can not see the iodbc.  Why is
that?  I do not know?  I'm using PHP-4.0.6


"John Lim" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I have connected simultaneously to interbase, mysql, postgresql, oracle,
> mssql, microsoft access, foxpro in one script.
> You just configure PHP to be compiled with multiple database options.
> Simple.
> - John
> "Scott Fletcher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > Hi!
> >
> >     I found that PHP can be compiled and work with only one database
> > software.  You won't be able to have PHP to work with 2 seperate
> > softwares.  (You can compile it but it will work only with one databse
> > software, not both, no matter what).  I checked the php "./configure"
> > and found that it is not design to include 2 seperate databases when you
> > want it to.
> >
> >     Man, it would be very nice to have PHP to work with multiple
> > softwares.  The only way you can have PHP to work with more than 1
> database
> > softwares, then you would need to compile PHP & Apache to work with one
> > database.  Then re-configure and re-compile PHP & Apache to a seperate
> > directory.  That way, you will have 2 apaches and run them together.
> There
> > is no other way!
> >
> > Thanks,
> >  Scott
> >
> >

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