ID: 12642
User updated by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Bogus
Bug Type: OCI8 related
Operating System: Windows 2000
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

The OCI.DLL is within C:\Oracle\Ora81\bin; 
which is in the PATH

Previous Comments:

[2001-08-09 04:47:46] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

which of the directories in your %PATH% contains oci.dll?


[2001-08-09 04:25:14] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

But why worls my other Applications whcih are using OCI, too. It seems more to be a 
compile/linking error. Because it happens on the first call of the DLL. Are there any 
differences between the both Binaries (IIS and CGI/Apache)? I saw, that thy have the 
same date, bit not the same time.
And where are the DLL's for the IIS Shipment? There are no DLL's within the ZIP-File. 
(The File's only 738 K). I've tested the same with the other DLL's out of the 
CGI-Shipment together IIS PHP.EXE
Here I have the same calling Problemm i.e. PHP_LDAP.DLL, PHP_MSSQL.DLL, 
PHP_PRINTER.DLL. I have a complete MS SQL-Workbench on my machine, too. 
I don't think it's a PATH-Problem
Here's the complete PATH from my machine:


And the ORACLE-Settings are standard.


[2001-08-09 02:33:26] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I'm sorry to say this, but if the dll is there as you say it is, and you still get 
that message, then that means your Oracle install isn't all that well. It requires 
some Oracle dlls in the %PATH%, and it's your responsibility to have them properly 


[2001-08-09 02:04:48] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I'm sorry to say this, but I have a complete ORACLE-Installation (Client, Development, 
Administration), instead other Applications won't run and I have to administrate our 
ORACLE Installations. The Do's and Don'ts says nothing about missing PHP-Files like 
PHP_OCI8.DLL within the distribution of the WIndows Installer for IIS. This File won't 
come with ORACLE.
After some looks I'm missing other PHP_*.DLL's within this distribution, too.
Where can I get these files for the PHP.EXE in this distribution. As you can see 
below, the other DLL's (Windows Distribution CGI - Apache) won't work with this PHP.EXE


[2001-08-08 13:03:54] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

You need to have the oracle client installed on your system.
And you need to read bugs-dos-and-donts BEFORE you submit
any 'bug' reports.



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