Test:

- create a new account user
- go into the www directive
- create a index file
- do phpinfo()
- try and connect to a msql server, no query needed just a connection
- under that delibrately try and enter a mysq server but use a wrong pass, make 
sure you error report it with some message on screen.

if it connects and one fails your connections are fine.

However make sure you CLOSE each connection seperatley. 

What appears to be happening in your code it it's not going near the mysql 
server, it's skipping it.  Which means the die error will not appear if it 
skips it.

Ensure php is enabled and mysql is booted etc.

Also don't try and connect localhost to it, use the outside world.  (a browser 
- www.whatever.com or IP-ADDRESS)

J


----- Original Message ----
From: Desmond Coughlan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: Bastien Koert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; [EMAIL PROTECTED]; php-db@lists.php.net
Sent: Wednesday, 8 November, 2006 2:38:24 AM
Subject: RE : RE: [PHP-DB] re: small question php/postgreSQL (basic question, 
not small)


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That doesn't work, either.  Still the blank page.  Hmm ... the file is in the 
right place../usr/local/www/data ... 'cos all of the other files (*.html one an 
d all) are served from there, and they're available to the outside world.
 
D.

Bastien Koert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit :
The code does need to know what the fields are...I think a more likely issue 
is the query for some reason, also change the $query to result in the query 
statement

try

$result=pg_query($query) or die(pg_error()); //to see if there are any 
errors with the query

while($row=pg_fetch_array($result,NULL,PGSQL_ASSOC)) {
echo "Title: ".$row['isbn_no']."
";
echo "blah ".$row['code_livre']."
";
}else{
echo "No rows found";
}


bastien


>From: JeRRy 
>To: php-db@lists.php.net
>Subject: [PHP-DB] re: small question php/postgreSQL (basic question, not 
>small)
>Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2006 23:18:58 +1100 (EST)
>
> Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2006 10:38:18 +0100 (CET) From: "Desmond 
>Coughlan" To: "php" 
> Subject: small question php/postgreSQL
> Hi,
>
> I've been trying to get a small DB up and working with PhP. It's a
>library, and so far, I can't get past the stage of displaying a page. I
>try the 'hello world' example, and it displays. I then populate a DB
>and can access it via psql ..
>
> cdi=> SELECT * FROM stock ;
>-[ RECORD 1 ]-+-------------------------------
>stock_ids | 1
>isbn_no | 10101010
>code_livre | 23455
>titre | toto goes to Hollywood
>editeur | editions toto
>collection | collection toto
>auteur_nom | smith
>auteur_prenom | john
>matiere | ang
>media_type | li
>-[ RECORD 2 ]-+-------------------------------
>stock_ids | 2
>isbn_no | 10536278
>code_livre | 24874
>titre | toto comes back from Hollywood
>editeur | editions baba
>collection | collection toto
>auteur_nom | martin
>auteur_prenom | peter
>matiere | fre
>media_type | dvd
>
> OK, I then write the following script ....
>
> 
> pg_connect ("dbname=cdi user=cdi password=toto") or die ("Couldn't
>Connect: ".pg
>_last_error());
>$query="SELECT * FROM stock";
>$query=pg_query($query);
> // start the output
> while($row=pg_fetch_array($query,NULL,PGSQL_ASSOC)) {
>echo "Title: ".$row['isbn_no']."
";
>echo "blah ".$row['code_livre']."
";
>}
> ?>
>
> (sorry not to put that in italics or whatever...)
>
> ... and put it in the document root of my webserver, under
>php_experimental.
>
> I get a blank page. The apache weblogs look like ...
>
> 192.168.0.254 - - [07/Nov/2006:10:37:30 +0100] "GET
>/php_experimental/base.php HTTP/1.1" 200 - "-" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; 
>MSIE 6.0;
>Windows NT 5.0)"
>
> There's something obvious that I'm missing. Any ideas ..?
>
>Thanks.
>
>D.
>
>------
>
> re:
>
> 
> pg_connect ("dbname=cdi user=cdi password=toto") or die ("Couldn't
>Connect: ".pg
>_last_error());
>$query="SELECT * FROM stock";
>$query=pg_query($query);
> // start the output
> while($row=pg_fetch_array($query,NULL,PGSQL_ASSOC)) {
>echo "Title: ".$row['isbn_no']."
";
>echo "blah ".$row['code_livre']."
";
>}
> ?>
>
> Simple, isbn_no and code_livre need to be "defined" in your code. 
>Otherwise PHP don't know what your looking for.
>
> There is PLENTY of docs online to show you how to display items in a DB. 
> Hello World is basic, too basic to use as an example and is a poor one to 
>use. If your nerw you have to go a bit more into it than Hello World code. 
> (which in my opinion gets you know-where) been there done that.
>
> Google how to display items in a DB in PHP and shoot you get some handy 
>things.
>
> I just feel this question is not required here when google has all the 
>answers like this.
>
> Jerry

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