ID: 11911
Updated by: kalowsky
Old Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: ODBC related
Operating System: Linux RedHat 7.1
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

on your linux build did you use --with-openlink or --with-iodbc?

if it was --with-openlink, try to rebuild using the --with-iodbc instead, as one is 
maintained, the other isn't ;)

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-05 11:57:21] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

We have 2 machines, one NT and the other LInux. Both run PHP. The Linux machine runs 
Apache and the NT machine runs IIS 4.

The Linux machine is a database server. If we run the PHP script on the NT machine 
against the database on the Linux machine, the result is instantaneous, however if we 
run the script from the Linux machine against it's local database, it takes 20 seconds 
to respond.

The database method of access is via Openlink ODBC.

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10;url=";>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10;url=";>
<H1> Omnix Interface into HEAT </H1>
<H2> Waiting for Transactions .............. </H2>

//function dq($str) {
 //   $str = trim("\"".$str."\",");
//    return ($str);
print "Running Test.php<BR>";

//$Err = "";
if (!($db = odbc_connect("Omnix000","","",1))) {
                print "****** There is no Omnix Server for Database sqlHEAT******";

$Sql = "select name from drsmas";
//$Sql .="WHERE jobcard <> ''";

$callLog = odbc_prepare($db,$Sql);
$x = odbc_execute($callLog);
//if ($x) PRINT "Good = $x" ;

//$callLog = odbc_exec($db,$Sql);
//print "No of rows= ".odbc_num_rows($callLog);
/*for ($i = 1; $i < 10; $i++){

        $name = odbc_result($callLog,1);
        print "data= $name <BR>";



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