ID: 7067
Updated by: kalowsky
Old-Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: ODBC related
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.2
Assigned To: 

no feedback, considered fixed in latest cvs.  if untrue, please reopen the bug.

Previous Comments:

[2001-04-16 23:24:07] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
is this still a valid bug with the current releases of PHP?


[2000-10-06 14:59:19] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Our setup includes:
(1) PHP 4.0.2
(2) Window NT 4, service pack 6
(3) IIS version 4, with all current hot-fixes
(4) Latest ODBC drivers (2.6 RTM)
(5) No php.ini file
(6) Microsoft Access Database file with 4 tables

(1) Crashes IIS immediately regardless of whether an empty or a filled recordset is 
being returned.
(2) IIS can be restarted, so it is not a system reboot situation.
(3) Identical set of operations in ASP does not cause the failure to IIS.

Other possible related variables:
(1) Have experienced IIS crashes in situations not using the Max() command, though 
have been unable to recreate/isolate completely.  Those situations may involve opening 
a second connection to the same database/DSN before closing the first connection (even 
though it is in a separate function, which means there should be no shared variable 
(2) ColdFusion installed on server
(3) Active Perl installed on server
(4) VNC installed on server
(5) SQL Server installed on server
(6) War-FTP installed on server

Stephen Lewis
voxeo Corporation


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