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Does any one know how to use php to connect sybase 5.5?

As title, Thanks

May 31 '06 #1
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Alex Murphy wrote:
As title, Thanks


Yes - openTDS and RTFM

C.
May 31 '06 #2
I think you should read the PHP manual first. PHP provides bulitin
sybase function.
From the manual :

To enable Sybase-DB support configure PHP --with-sybase[=DIR]. DIR is
the Sybase home directory, defaults to /home/sybase. To enable
Sybase-CT support configure PHP --with-sybase-ct[=DIR]. DIR is the
Sybase home directory, defaults to /home/sybase.

For db admin you can use :
http://freshmeat.net/projects/phpsybaseadmin/ its like phpmyadmin

regards,
Lorento
--
http://www.mastervb.net
http://www.deshot.com

Jun 2 '06 #3
yes, i try to use the PHP sybase function before.
But.... PHP sybase function can't connect to sybase version 5.5.
I want to know does any one have try that before.
I don't want to use ODBC because i only have the windows version Sybase
5.5 ODBC driver. I prefer to install the Apache and PHP on linux to
connect the Sybase.
lorento 寫道:
I think you should read the PHP manual first. PHP provides bulitin
sybase function.
From the manual :

To enable Sybase-DB support configure PHP --with-sybase[=DIR]. DIR is
the Sybase home directory, defaults to /home/sybase. To enable
Sybase-CT support configure PHP --with-sybase-ct[=DIR]. DIR is the
Sybase home directory, defaults to /home/sybase.

For db admin you can use :
http://freshmeat.net/projects/phpsybaseadmin/ its like phpmyadmin

regards,
Lorento
--
http://www.mastervb.net
http://www.deshot.com


Jun 2 '06 #4

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