Thanks Andrew for your answer.
In the environment variables I have already:
Is it correct ? Or does it need to point to the DB2 Client directory
"Andrew Hill" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Installing DB2 Client will allow you to use the ODBC functions in PHP, but
> be aware that you are not actually using any ODBC Drivers in this
> PHP allows hiding of certain database specific functions under a "Unified
> ODBC" that uses the ODBC functions without using true ODBC database
> That being said, you don't need to link --with-iODBC unless you are using
> ODBC Drivers, so it's not an issue here.
> If Apache doesn't start, I'd check it's logs, but you might be
> a situation where the DB2 libraries were in the path at compile time and
> not at Apache start time. Try setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment
> to include the location of your DB2 Client.
> Andrew Hill
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