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Re: PostgreSQL 8.1 + PHP5.1.x/4.4.2 + Apache 2.0.55/1.3.34 PROBLEM!! PLEASE HELP

From: "chris smith" <dmagick(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: "belfegor666(at)gazeta(dot)pl" <belfegor666(at)gazeta(dot)pl>
Cc: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: PostgreSQL 8.1 + PHP5.1.x/4.4.2 + Apache 2.0.55/1.3.34 PROBLEM!! PLEASE HELP
Date: 2006-04-27 04:16:15
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On 4/27/06, belfegor666(at)gazeta(dot)pl <belfegor666(at)gazeta(dot)pl> wrote:
> Help! I was trying to make an installation of PHP 5.1.2 + Apache
> 2.0.55 + PostgreSQL 8.1 on Windows 2003 Server, and I'm stuck. I
> got PHP to work with Apache quite smoothly, so did I marry PHP with
> PostgreSQL - scripts connecting to the database work fine from
> windows command line, except that the following code:
> if (extension_loaded("php_pgsql")) {
> echo "PGSQL loaded!";
> }
> returns no message. Still database queries work fine. Trouble starts
> when I try to open a page in my browser - then I get an error
> message like this:
> Error: call to udefined function pg_connect()...
> I changed the php.ini file a billion times, trying to figure out
> what to set in the "extension_dir" and "extension=php_pgsql.dll"
> lines, and I tried at least as many times to change apache's
> httpd.conf file so that the php module is loaded properly. And it
> is, as far as I'm concerned - the phpinfo() page shows without a
> problem. One peculiar thing about it is that in the "Loaded
> modules" section (don't remember the exact name) there's absolutely
> no sign of the pgsql module.

you could change the first check to:

if (!function_exists('pg_connect')) {
  die("no pg_connect");

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