ID: 12642
Updated by: sniper
Old Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: OCI8 related
Operating System: Windows 2000
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

Does PHP work if you disable every extension?
If so, try enabling ONLY this extension:

php_exif.dll  (it definately doesn't need any extra libs)

If it works, then try enabling php_oci8.dll too.
btw. What is your extension_dir line in php.ini?


Previous Comments:

[2001-08-09 07:11:30] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I'm not very familiar with the Dependency Walker. As far as I can see, there are no 
errors logged. But I can send you the DWI-File if you want to see the Image.


[2001-08-09 06:02:27] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

could you try opening php_oci8.dll in Dependency Walker 
( does it report any problems?


[2001-08-09 05:56:01] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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


[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.


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