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php, apache and sybase

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 2000-12-27 17:31:31.0Z
Rodolphe Posted on 2000-12-14 14:24:38.0Z
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>Has anyone tried to use php, apache and sybase together on Windows NT ?

>Which dll should be included in the php3.ini file ?

I have the same probleme, did anyone have a solution now? I didn't see
Thank you,

Rodolphe Nesti

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"Jonas Nielsen" <>
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php, apache and sybase

Has anyone tried to use php, apache and sybase together on Windows NT ?
Which dll should be included in the php3.ini file ?

sjm05 Posted on 2000-12-27 17:31:31.0Z
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In a related search I noticed a number of newsgroup entries related to
Sybase and PHP back around 10/27/1999. I'm not sure what the current State
of the Art is, but perhaps you could contact some of the folks listed in
those entries to see where things stand today in this area of interest.