ID: 11995
Updated by: sniper
Old Status: 
Status: Closed
Bug Type: OCI8 related
Operating System: Windows 2000
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

works -> closed.

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-12 20:35:24] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I was able to solve this problem by copying all of the DLLs 
in the DLL folder into C:\win-nt\system32\, and then 
rebooting.  I still do not know which DLL was missing, but 
at least it now works.


[2001-07-09 21:14:52] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

We're using a Windows 2000 server with IIS.  We 
successfully installed the Oracle client software and PHP 
4.0.6, and it was working for about two weeks, using both 
the OCI8 driver and the generic Oracle driver to access a 
remote database.
Problems started when we installed MySQL 3.23.39.  Now PHP 
can no longer locate the OCI8 extension or the Oracle 
extension, or at least that's the error message.  I suspect 
that it actually is missing some other DLL, but I can't 
find any place where dependencies are documented.  PHP 
successfully finds other extensions in the same extension 
directory, such as the pdf extension, so the path to the 
extension directory in php.ini must be ok.  Oracle client 
software such as sqlplus still functions normally.  PHP 
does not crash, and if the extensions are commented out in 
php.ini it operates normally.


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