Re: [PHP-DEV] ODBC Prepare

2003-02-11 Thread Adam Voigt
Apologies if this was on the wrong list, since the problem was what I thought was an un-implented feature of the library in PHP's source, I assumed I should ask the PHP developer's. I assumed it was un-implemented because I saw no reference to this ability on the manual page for ODBC or

[PHP-DEV] ODBC Prepare

2003-02-10 Thread Adam Voigt
According to a manual I found on the web for call's to SQLPrepare (referenced in ext/odbc/php_odbc.c) you can implant ? in place of variables for statement execution. PearDB makes reference to this on: http://pear.php.net/manual/en/core.db.tut_execute.php So my question is, is PHP's ODBC

Re: [PHP-DEV] ODBC Prepare

2003-02-10 Thread Dan Kalowsky
This is really a support question and is being asked on the wrong list. But in light of that... PHP's odbc_prepare function should work with the '?' option. It really isn't the one deciding this though, as it's more your ODBC Driver. As far as PEAR is concerned, I have little insight into

[PHP-DEV] odbc setting boneheadedness? (odbc.defaultlrl)

2002-08-12 Thread Chuck Hagenbuch
Playing with db-based session handlers today against an ODBC database. Don't worry, it's not production, but it should work, and now it does... except that I had a hell of a time figuring out how to get all of the session data, when sessions get large, back from the db server. I found the

Re: [PHP-DEV] odbc setting boneheadedness? (odbc.defaultlrl)

2002-08-12 Thread Dan Kalowsky
Setting it to 0 should work. Or at least it has in the past. Calling odbc_longreadlen($res_id, value here); should also allow you to override this while running in PHP. A value of zero again is passthrou. Any chance you can share a bit more information about this possible bug? On Mon, 12

RE: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2

2002-04-30 Thread Christoph . Grottolo
Hi Dan I've been trying out with the snapshots from snaps.php.net/win32 but I still have the same errors. The actual snaps of 4.2 don't work either. Christoph I'm looking into these problems right now. Please be patient. A recent slew of bug reports suggests that there might be some stuff

RE: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2

2002-04-26 Thread Ryan Jameson (USA)
the distributions have all worked. Thanks. Ryan -Original Message- From: Andreas Karajannis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 5:16 PM To: Dan Kalowsky Cc: Ryan Jameson (USA); [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2 Dan Kalowsky wrote: Hi Ryan, Okay

RE: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2

2002-04-26 Thread Dan Kalowsky
To: Dan Kalowsky Cc: Ryan Jameson (USA); [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2 Dan Kalowsky wrote: Hi Ryan, Okay did a little looking over the odbc_fetch_row code, and it should reset the result-fetched to whatever the second argument (if one is provided

[PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2

2002-04-24 Thread Ryan Jameson (USA)
If this is easy for anyone could someone verify that: odbc_fetch_row($rs,0); ...does not reset the result set in version 4.2? From what I can tell it doesn't work at all. I want to be certain that we cannot upgrade to 4.2. If someone has another way to reset an ODBC result set I'd love to

RE: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2

2002-04-24 Thread Robinson, Mike
Title: RE: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2 -Original Message- From: Ryan Jameson writes: (shhh... I tried to get them to use MySQL ... they are scared of free stuff. I'm just glad they let me use PHP). Thanks! Thats a riot. Tell them to send a cheque to both the MySQL

Re: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2

2002-04-24 Thread Dan Kalowsky
Hi Ryan, Okay did a little looking over the odbc_fetch_row code, and it should reset the result-fetched to whatever the second argument (if one is provided) is. This variable is how the ODBC result system handles where it currently is in the cache. Now the catch is that odbc_result checks this

Re: [PHP-DEV] odbc problems in 4.2

2002-04-24 Thread Andreas Karajannis
Dan Kalowsky wrote: Hi Ryan, Okay did a little looking over the odbc_fetch_row code, and it should reset the result-fetched to whatever the second argument (if one is provided) is. This variable is how the ODBC result system handles where it currently is in the cache. Now the catch is

[PHP-DEV] ODBC limit

2002-03-06 Thread Ling
Hello there. Sorry for my post, its out of topic. I have a question for deveplopers. is there maximum limit of data ( SQL query ) that can be send via odbc? I've been exerimenting with inserting large text into database and noticed that queries larger than 8190 byte are cause to error: SQL

[PHP-DEV] ODBC-timing issues

2001-08-27 Thread Bruin, Bolke de
Hi, (I hope it's the right lists for this) We're running PHP 4.0.6 on IIS 4.0 as ISAPI module with no trouble so far in production on a fairly busy website. Though when our database gets heavily loaded the script produces an error with server appears not to be available. ASP on the same server

[PHP-DEV] ODBC and include() sort of solved (Bug #11969)... (fwd)

2001-07-10 Thread Jani Taskinen
This was sent to me privately. The problem looks very odd. Unfortunately I don't have time to look into this any further right now. I remember similar thing happening with some pages being reload twice..some session thingie, that was found out NOT to be bug after all. I think it was Zeev who

[PHP-DEV] ODBC Build

2001-04-30 Thread James Moore
Can you please look at the patch in bug http://www.php.net/bugs.php?id=10563 and commit it if its needed/comment on the bug. thanks - James -- James Moore [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.perl.com/search/index.php - we must be doing somthing right -- PHP Development Mailing List

[PHP-DEV] ODBC and iODBC

2001-02-05 Thread Andrew Hill
Gurus, Does it make sense to have the iODBC libraries as part of the standard PHP distribution? This is NOT the OpenLink driver library, but an LGPL Driver Manager. Basically, if php is compiled --with-iodbc then any ODBC API compliant ODBC driver can be used by setting the ODBCINI and

[PHP-DEV] odbc

2001-01-17 Thread André Langhorst
Hi, thx to Andreas (module owner), he sent the URLs for this stuff: general odbc http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?PP=/library/toc/psdk/data/data0-0-3-1-3-1.xmltocPath=data0-0-3-1-3-1URL=/library/psdk/dasdk/odch8yed.htm odbc_statistics()