X does not work. I’ve tried all other kinds of drivers, but this is the only one that Apache doesn’t give me an error on startup. For more info on errors that mssql might throw at you, please see: When using PDO like so: This is a well known issue apparently, but I had a really hard time finding information on this issue until I was able to lock in a file name. Source and thanks to:
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I only I could bill them for xould time I’ve wasted Overwrite the existing old file or place it in the Windows system32 folder. To enable the mssql PDO driver under windows you need to: Check messages from the SQL Server severity 16 “.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Compile up freetds http: The ones that I found often mention a spec for a dsn that is invalid.
I DL’d my drivers from microsoftand I’ve tried both 2. The spaces don’t cause problems when using the same syntax to connect to mysql, so I’m guessing it’s dglib Microsoft thing.
MSSQL PDO – Error!: could not find driver – Grokbase
The version that ships with PHP 5. Here’s how I am currently connecting to sybase ASE: I have the drivers installed correctly i guess and have added the correct line into php. I thought php-mssql would just include fijd soon to be deprecated mssql PHP functions but it also contains the PDO connector.
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Get “could not find driver” when attempting to connect with PDO with FreeTDS
There is coild little sybase related PDO docs out there. I’ve tried all other kinds of drivers, but this is the only one that Apache doesn’t give me an error on startup.
Keep in mind the limitation sql server imposes on clients using the connection methods that dblib uses: I’m using PHP Version 5. I’m trying to connect to the server like so: Email Required, but never shown.
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