Hi, Thanks for the help. I will try this, althought i compiled php with-oracle and Oracle functions work ok with php even in command line. Now, only i have problem with calling oracle stored procedures that return resultset in cursor. I knew how to do it in oci functions, but i dont know how to make it in php+oracle functions. Anybody can help me about it?
Radovan "Lang Sharpe" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Hi Radovan > > Here are some suggestions > > Make sure $ORACLE_HOME is set in your environment. There may be other > environment variables that the environment needs as well that are set for > the webserver process, but not when you run the command line version. > > PHP 4.3.2 has a bug in it that causes php to crash with oracle support. Try > adding > > #undef HAVE_OCI8_SHARED_MODE > > near the top of ext/oci8/oci8.c > > If your getting a core dump, then you can compile php with --enable-debug as > a configure option. run the script again and use gdb to get a backtrace. > There are instructions for doing this are at > http://bugs.php.net/bugs-generating-backtrace.php > This probably wont solve your problem, but is fun to do anyway. > > Lang > > > Radovan Radic wrote: > > > Hello > > > > I have php 4.3.2 installed as apache 2.0.45 module on RH Linux (7.3) with > > oci8 support. > > Things work fine when php scripts are accessed via web, but when i try to > > start them from command line using > > /usr/local/php4.3.2/bin/php test.php i get an error > > Segmentation fault. > > test.php has only 4-5 lines, for connecting to oracle, and printing data > > from one table, using same class as pages on the web. > > > > Anyone can help? > > > > Thanks, > > Radovan > -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php