At 11:32 AM 8/10/2005, Anton Channing wrote:
On 8/10/05, Miles Thompson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Anton,
> This seems so fundamental I hesitate to suggest it.
> Have you run a script with phpinfo() in it?
> Or apache or httpd with the "-l", "-V" or "-t" switches?
> Miles

Okay, have just run phpinfo, obviously it prints out
a whole load of stuff, what am I looking for?

I hesitate to do anything with the server.  Unfortunately
my colleague that deals with the server is on holiday,
so if the phpinfo output can help, it would be good
if I can work something out from that.

Also, we are lacking a test server at the moment, so
the only changes I can make are to the live one... :)


Please reply to the list ...

Well, it tells you what PHP has been compiled with, Apache configuration, and further down what database support is available.

The reason for running phpinfo() and Apache or httpd with those command line switches is that it tells you what support for Oracle is available from the web server side. Presumably there are similar functions built into Oracle.

Never having used Oracle, I cannot tell you what to look for, but there is some basic information here which should help with your diagnosis.

Regards - Miles
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