Well, I will spread some light - I maintain OCI8 extension :)
Your machine does not need Oracle Server installed, it needs Oracle
Client installed. These are two completely different things.
So, try this in your command prompt:
if you get a result, means the client is there and you can recompile php
That will compile the OCI8 extension with all the required headers.
"@ Edwin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote... :
> First, let me just say that I'm no Oracle guru. :) But while we're waiting
> for them...
> "Ford, Mike [LSS]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: Dan Field [mailto:danf@;ceredigion.gov.uk]
> > > Sent: 12 November 2002 13:39
> > > That is great news, thanks Mike. My second problem then lies with my
> > > current PHP Setup. I have been using the binary RPMs from RedHat up to
> > > now, which do not sem to have been compiled with the Oracle
> > > functionality included. If I recompile PHP, will I need the Oracle
> > > headers on the machine also? If so this could be a problem as
> > > the Oracle
> > > server I wish to use is not on the same machine as the webserver.
> > Sorry, I can't help with this one as I'm not the administrator of our main
> > server, and my test server is Windows so I used the pre-compiled binaries.
> > But hopefully one of the Oracle gurus on this list will spring to your
> *I think* you need to have Oracle installed even if you wouldn't really
> connect to it but instead connect to a different server. Since I installed
> Oracle with most of the Linux installations that I did, I haven't really
> tried enabling Oracle support in PHP without Oracle on the same server. In
> other words, I haven't really tried configuring --with-oci8 without
> supplying the path (e.g. --with-oci8=/path/to/oracle/ ).
> PHP will look for the needed file when configuring so I don't think you can
> really get away without installing Oracle first. (Of course, you can just
> try to find out what files are needed, ask a friend to give you a copy,
> "trick" php that it exists, etc.--it might not work though...)
> Anyway, if you need Oracle, try the OTN site. There's one that you can use
> for development.
> - E
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