William -- I've also spend a considerable amount of time trying to get this to work on Redhat 7.2 (and maybe 7.1). I did a lot of coaxing and reconfigurations.
Best I can say, it doesn't work with JDK 1.4. Once I tried 1.3.x, everything went fine. My guess is that something changed in the upgrade, but I don't have time to figure out what. -adam On Thu, 20 Jun 2002, William John Burns wrote: > All: > > None of the many online user posts in setting up Java connectivity from > within PHP have worked. RPM or tarball. > > Do you know of anyone who has an RPM of PHP, with the standard MySQL, > GD, Postgres, WDDX, etc...but also libphp_java.so correctly set-up? > > The Windows PHP has Java support right off the bat with an edit the the > .ini file. On Win 98, no problems at all. But on my Linux paritions... > > There are at least dozens of people trying to get this to work. All of > them could be helped with an RPM or a definitive answer. Why can't > someone release linux binaries with this sort of thing compiled in? > > My system: Sun Java2 JDK 1.4.0, Red Hat 7.1, Apache 1.3x. I have tried > all versions of PHP tarballs since 4.04p1 And I'm not alone in this > frustration. > > Yes, sometimes there is a libphp_java. There is always the .jar file. > But after editing the .ini, doing all manner of things with > LD_LIBRARY_PATH/ldconfig, nothing! > > The best I ever got was a page that registered the .so module, but never > finished output. (I use a test page with phpinfo(), then and a sample > call to get a Java timestamp. In this circumstance, the page cuts off > before the sample Java timestamp and instance. > > Any help or leads would be appreciated. > > Regards, > > WJ Burns > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php