Well, even if that's not the exact issue, the problem almost certainly lies in the inability of php to properly load the extension. That's where you should look. The connection to MySQL is not in question here.
-Micah On Sunday 16 January 2005 12:42 pm, J A Brown wrote: > Thanks Micah, but I've already tried that one. > > James > > > "Micah Stevens" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message > news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > Have you set the extensions_dir properly? It may not be looking in c:\PHP > > for > > the extension.. > > > > -Micah > > > > On Sunday 16 January 2005 10:37 am, J A Brown wrote: > >> Will somebody please help me!!! > >> > >> I'm trying to set up my web server for PHP and MySQL. I've installed PHP > >> 5.0.3 and it works fine. > >> I've installed MySQL 4.1.9 and it works fine. > >> BUT, I can't access MySQL from PHP. I have put the php_mysqli.dll and > >> libmysql.dll in the C:\PHP folder, removed the ';' from the beginning of > >> the extension=php_mysqli.dll line in php.ini, but I just can't get the > >> two > >> talking to one another. > >> > >> I just get the following message: > >> Fatal error: Call to undefined function mysqli_connect() in > >> c:\Inetpub\wwwroot\stmary1\administration\handle_rotas.php on line 30 > >> > >> In my php file, line 30 reads: > >> $connection = mysqli_connect($host,$user,$password); > >> > >> with each variable being defined already. > >> > >> I'm using IIS 5 as my webserver. > >> > >> Please can somebody help. > >> > >> James Brown -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php