Raymond O'Donnell wrote:
> On 21/01/2009 21:45, Chris wrote:
>> You haven't got the pgsql extension loaded. You'll need to copy your
>> changes from the 5.1.4 php.ini file to the 5.2.8 php.ini (and restart
>> the webserver if applicable).
> Chris, thanks for the reply. That was the first thing I thought of... I
> did in fact copy the entire php.ini file from the old installation to
> the new one, and double-checked that the line "extension=php_pgsql.ini"
> was uncommented.
An extension will either be a .so or .dll won't it? Or will this syntax
include an external file ? (I've never seen it used so I don't know what
it does). If it's an extra file, did you copy it? :)
> The new installation is also in the same place as the old one, so the
> registry key to tell PHP where to find php.ini didn't have to be changed.
> I'm really puzzled by this one.
Anything in the logs about being unable to locate extensions?
Postgresql & php tutorials
In response to
pgsql-php by date
|Next:||From: kulmacet101||Date: 2009-01-26 13:26:45|
|Subject: Persistent connections|
|Previous:||From: Raymond O'Donnell||Date: 2009-01-21 22:59:32|
|Subject: Re: PHP 5.8 -> Postgres on Win2003|