Hello, > I know its a little late, but I have only just been pointed to your > posting, I would guess the error you are getting "database not found" is > coming from the sybase driver, not the driver manager.
I solved the problem a week ago. It was just when I wanted to try iODBC when I saw some putenv()-lines in the examples. I put the appropriate lines in my php-script and then it worked. What I don't unterstand is: When I'm running isql in the shell I can connect to the remote-ressource. When I start apache in the same shell I can't connect through PHP, I first have to set the ODBCINSTINI and ODBCINI env-variables. Why don't I need them in the shell? Regards Marten -- Variomedia IT-Service GmbH | Benzstrasse 22 | 14482 Potsdam http://www.variomedia.de | Hotline: 0800-5588550 | Fax: 0331-7404043 -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php