Did you restart apache after doing this?

Yes, many times


The env variables are set correctly for your user, but not apache's
(which is the problem).

Indeed, I have removed the putenv declarations in the php script and inserted this:
echo("Using LD_LIBRARY_PATH: ". getenv("LD_LIBRARY_PATH"));
echo ", ORACLE_HOME=".getenv("ORACLE_HOME");
echo(", DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH: ". getenv("DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH"));

And it prints to the screen (browser) correctly:
Using LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /opt/oracle/instanceclient, ORACLE_HOME=/opt/ oracle/instanceclient, DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH: /opt/oracle/instanceclient

For completeness, I have also put the variables is /etc/profile, /etc/ bash_profile etc

So it seems that the variables are set up for sure (unless this is just for php, but I do have these variables in the apache httpd.conf)

This is a puzzler
Cheers
Mark




Does the mac have an /etc/environment file? That should cover all users.

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