Hi all,


So have some news about APR/APU, Oracle and PHP & CGI…

I make a CGI script and I can access to the Oracle XE database… To resolve the problem, I make some modification in order to link apache with APR/APU and in the driver of oracle (make another initialisation of the environment)…

And so, it works!!! Good results…

Now, I will use mod_dbd… Do you know how include mod_dbd API in a cgi script (or C program) as there no example or documentation of mod_dbd…

Thanks all for your help…




-----Message d'origine-----
De : Bojan Smojver [mailto:bojan@rexursive.com]
Envoyé : vendredi 19 janvier 2007 00:48
À : Garnier, Jeremie
Cc : Justin Erenkrantz; dev@apr.apache.org
Objet : Re: APR, Oracle and PHP & CGI


Quoting "Garnier, Jeremie" <JGarnier@nds.com>:


> It loads the oracle driver (via the function apr_dbd_get_driver but  

> the function a^pr_dbd_open doesn't work (into apache, not with the  

> dbd program (in httpd/srclib/apr-util/test)).


One more suggestion here: I had some issues with Oracle Instant Client 

10g connecting to the database and the whole thing was related to 

server spec passed to the driver. It had to be like this: 

//server.domain.name:port/db, where all values were as specified in  

/etc/tnsnames.ora file. You may also want to check the environment 

variables that your Apache instance sees - Oracle may need some set.




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