I didn't do anything with PDO either.
* Put files from the full Oracle install some header files into
the directory rdbms/public and network (neither of which are created by
the version of the Instant Client that I installed). I found the
instructions most helpful
* changed all instances (3) of "dword *" to "dvoid *" in src/dco2.c
* changed "DEFS= @DEFS@" to "DEFS= " in src/Makefile
* commented all the Oracle detection logic in src/testora and hard
o ORADEF="-DORACLE10g -DUSEOBJECT -DNATIVENUMERIC"
Dario Lopez-Kästen wrote:
Jet Wilda wrote:
is a how to I wrote up on how I got DCOracle2 to install with Oracle 10g
I just had reason to go back to use DCOracle2 on Linux and Oracle 10g
Your Howto indicates that PDO is needed in order to compile DCO2. I do
not recognise this requirement - granted I have been absent from the
DCO2 world for some time, but is PDO a new requirement?
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