The problem was finally discovered to be with phpinidir configuration in
httpd.conf. Through command line it was working fine because php was able to
find php.ini in system directory (C:\windows), but apache wasn't able to
find php.ini and thus didn't knew if php should use any extensions.
Thanks everyone for the help,
>To: Abhishek Goyal <abhishek(dot)goyal(at)hotmail(dot)com>, pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org
>Subject: Re: [PHP] Apache, Php and postgresql on windows
>Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006 12:29:46 -0800 (PST)
>--- Abhishek Goyal <abhishek(dot)goyal(at)hotmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > Hello Everyone,
> > I have installed apache, php and postgresql on my
> > system. Now i am calling
> > pg_connect() function. If i run the php script
> > through command line
> > everything is working fine. But when i run the same
> > script through apache 2,
> > it gives me an error
> > Fatal error: Call to undefined function pg_connect()
> > It seems in apache, php isn't able to access
> > php_pgsql.dll, Where as in
> > command line execution it is able to.
> > What can be a possible fix for this.
> > -Abhishek
>These questions can be tough b/c we don't know exactly
>what you did during the install.
>did you enable php_pgsql.dll in apache's config file
>yuou may want to google the error message. i had a
>problem with php and apache b/c i installed it as cgi
>and i had to change a setting to get it to work -
>which wasn't, at least at the time, in the
>i created and posted some pretty current and complete
>apache, php and postgresql winxp install instruction
>i know it worked on at least one machine... ;-)
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