I see that in both cases c:\PHP\php.ini is loaded. Are you sure that
after trying the command line you didn't cut - paste the file to
c:\windows? What do apache's and PHP's logs say?
On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 1:25 PM, Jack van Zanen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Attached is phpinfo() both from the command line and from apache on the same
> I have done the exact same setup on my laptop and it works fine from apache
> and cli.
> I even copied over the httpd.conf and the php.ini file from my laptop as all
> paths and versions were identical.
> Oracle 10.2.0.4 client
> apache 2.2
> php 5.2.6
> On 01/09/2008, Evert Lammerts <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Can you send your and the output of phpinfo when run from the command
>> line and when run from the browser?
>> On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 6:35 AM, Jack van Zanen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > Hi List,
>> > I have installed Oracle, PHP and apache on my windows machine and have
>> > the
>> > following issue
>> > If I run phpinfo() from the command line it shows OCI8 as enabled and I
>> > can
>> > connect to oracle databases.
>> > When I copy my php.ini to my windows directory (from my php directory)
>> > and
>> > start apache and than run phpinfo() from a php page in my browser it
>> > does
>> > not show me that OCI8 is enabled and also does not allow me to connect
>> > to
>> > databases. It does show it is using the right php.ini from my windows
>> > directory
>> > I'm sure this must be an environment setting somewhere but I can't work
>> > this out.
>> > Anybody with some more experience in configuring this combo can shed
>> > some
>> > light on this??
>> > Brgds
>> > Jack
> J.A. van Zanen
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