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Installing ADOdb on Windows

Installing ADOdb on Linux was shown in Chapter 5.  Installing on Windows is very similar and is shown here for reasons of completeness. The installation is extremely simple and is performed in four easy steps:

  • Download the file with the extension .ZIP from http://adodb.sourceforge.net.

  • Extract he zip file to a directory.

  • Put that directory into PHP5 include_path.

  • Restart the Apache2 web server.

I extracted the file c:\temp\adodb461.zip into d:\local\adodb.

Now, all that is left is to modify the PHP.ini file and add d:\local into the include_path parameter. The include_path parameter now looks like this:

include_path = ".;D:\PHP;D:\PHP\PEAR;D:\LOCAL"

When the Apache web server is restarted, ADOdb is ready for use.


See code depot for complete scripts


The above book excerpt is from:

Easy Oracle PHP

Create Dynamic Web Pages with Oracle Data

ISBN 0-9761573-0-6   

Mladen Gogala

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2005_2_php_oracle.htm

 

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