Since I have gotten 0 (zero) response on the problem below, let me try
again. Also, I kept trying to work with it, and I found out that a
sybase_connect from a php shellscript does work, but it won't work from inside a php handled
webpage. This is even stranger.


I also found a way to up the level of error output I get, and now the
php gives me this:

ct_con_alloc(): unable to get layer message string: unable to get origin
message string: error string not available

I searched for this error, but found only people who had the same
problem, but no solution.

Isn't this odd when a script does work on the cmdline but not in a
website ? I have never experienced this before.

Please help.

/Stephan

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From: Stephan van Beerschoten <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:47:33 +0200
Subject: Sybase
User-Agent: Mutt/1.5.4i

Hi all,

As many, I'm forced to start my message too with the problem statement
that I can't connect to my sybase database. I have to be more honest
even in saying that I don't even know the difference in --enable-sybase
and --enable-sybase-ct (I have tried both).


I'm by no means an SQL nitwit.. I just never had to work with sybase
before.

I don't have any clue when it comes to sybase.. never worked with
any, but I have to now. I have a login and can connect using isql
and the database definition 'CST_SYB' which comes straight out of the
sybase interfaces file.

However I can't seem to get any php connections working. I can flood you
with sybase_connect() examples, but they come straight from the manual.
What am I missing ?


Oh btw, I compiled my php using the orignal sybase openclient package in
$SYBASE, but I also see people referring to 'freedts'? I assume this is
a substitute in case no original sybase libs are available, right?

Anyway, any pointers would be more then welcome.

/Stephan

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