Hi, i'm working on some php pages on a linux/apache server, and need to
connect to a MS SQL server. Can someone tell me exactly what to do?
go to http://www.evilwalrus.com or something like that to see some
sample PHP scripts that connecto to a mysql database
Quote:> Hi, i'm working on some php pages on a linux/apache server, and need to
> connect to a MS SQL server. Can someone tell me exactly what to do?
> Bj?rn Nordlund
Just wondering how people are connecting to SQL 7 from a Linux web server.
Is there anybody out there successfully running a stable system using
Easysoft's ODBC to ODBC bridge? Is it possible to connect to SQL 7 using
Openlink's data access software?
I'm running Apache 1.3.9 with PHP 4 Beta 3 on a RedHat Linux 6.0 box
connecting to an NT 4 / SQL Server 7 box. I'm using Easysoft's ODBC to ODBC
bridge (beta 0.8.0.0) as my middleware, but I'm currently having problems
establishing persistent connections using odbc_pconnect. When I use
odbc_pconnect, it works for a couple of hours, but then it starts failing to
recognize the connection identifier that it returns. However, I then change
over to odbc_connect, and it works fine (albeit slower...). I was wondering
if anybody had any idea what the problem might be, and what I might do to
I know if I moved to a Linux database, I wouldn't have any of these
middleware problems, but I'm loathe to give up SQL Server 7. Are there any
native Linux databases that come close to the user-friendliness of SQL 7?
Thanks for any info you can provide!