RE: [PHP-DB] Persistent Connections to Oracle databases

2004-11-15 Thread Ford, Mike
To view the terms under which this email is distributed, please go to http://disclaimer.leedsmet.ac.uk/email.htm On 11 November 2004 19:11, Patrick David wrote: My understanding of persistent connections was that using the ociplogon function a connection would be opened to the database and

[PHP-DB] Persistent Connections to Oracle databases

2004-11-11 Thread Patrick David
Hi, I'm new in PHP, but I have already written a lot of pages using Perl. Now I would to rewrite some modules of my web application in PHP but I have a problem with persistent connections to Oracle databases. My understanding of persistent connections was that using the ociplogon function a

Re: [PHP-DB] Persistent Connections

2001-11-21 Thread Joshua Hoover
According to the docs and everything I've seen with PHP and persistent connections, you don't have to close the connection since PHP will simply reuse. Joshua Hoover Howdy--I have a question about persistent connections and their behavior: Apache 1.3.2 / PHP 4.0.6 - as a module Win2k

[PHP-DB] Persistent Connections

2001-11-20 Thread Randall Barber
Howdy--I have a question about persistent connections and their behavior: Apache 1.3.2 / PHP 4.0.6 - as a module Win2k I call the following function: odbc_pconnect(dsn, user, pass); At the end of the script I do NOT call odbc_close($dbConn); I was doing some testing and ran into a: Maximum