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iis 6.0 php mysql issue

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hello all
i know this as been posted a billion times but I don't seem to have
the same issue as every one else.
running mysql server 5.0.19
running iis6.0 on windows server environment
installed 5.2.6
php is running fine

my .dlls are loading, if i run phpinfo form command line with php.exe
i get mysql and mysqli info i can create and run scripts

if i try using mysql in webpages i get the mysql cannot be loaded and
my phpinfo does not match that of command line.

my c:\PHP appears before all my mysql info in path
my ini file points at the right file sand the .dll are all in the ext
folder?

any help appreciated.?
Aug 17 '08 #1
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vagabond wrote:
hello all
i know this as been posted a billion times but I don't seem to have
the same issue as every one else.
running mysql server 5.0.19
running iis6.0 on windows server environment
installed 5.2.6
php is running fine

my .dlls are loading, if i run phpinfo form command line with php.exe
i get mysql and mysqli info i can create and run scripts

if i try using mysql in webpages i get the mysql cannot be loaded and
my phpinfo does not match that of command line.

my c:\PHP appears before all my mysql info in path
my ini file points at the right file sand the .dll are all in the ext
folder?

any help appreciated.?
Look at which php.ini file you're using in both command line and IIS. I
suspect they will be different.

If they are the same php.ini, you probably have permission problems on
some dll's somewhere.

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