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Christopher Jones' Blog:
How to Use IIS, PHP and Oracle
May 01, 2006 @ 07:24:20

Christopher Jones has posted his howto over on his Oracle blog today - a look at a common problem when using IIS, PHP, and Oracle due to incorrect permissions.

Your Windows machine has IIS, PHP and Oracle. You create a PHP script using the oci8 extension and it calls PHP5 functions like oci_connect(), oci_parse(), or PHP4 functions like OCILogon() and OCIParse(). You invoke the script and get errors like:

"Warning: ocilogon() [function.ocilogon]: OCIEnvInit() failed." or "Unable to load dynamic library php_oci8.dll - Access is denied"

The cause is the unauthorized anonymous login the IIS server is trying to use. His solution is simple: "give it to them" (the permissions, that is). In four easy steps (including the client install and rebooting IIS) you should be bug free and running smooth.

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