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Bug #19337 can not link php_xmlrpc.dll to php
Submitted: 2002-09-10 10:17 UTC Modified: 2002-10-09 21:19 UTC
Avg. Score:5.0 ± 0.0
Reproduced:0 of 0 (0.0%)
From: yuegong at grow-easy dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: XMLRPC-EPI related
PHP Version: 4.2.3 OS: win2000
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2002-09-10 10:17 UTC] yuegong at grow-easy dot com
I use PHP in cgi mode, when I add 
into php.ini, 
the web page displayed 
"PHP Warning: Unable to load dynamic library 'd:\php/php_xmlrpc.dll' - ?Ҳ???ָ????ģ?顣 in Unknown on line 0 ".
but other dlls were runing ok.


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 [2002-09-10 16:58 UTC]
You have probably forgotten to copy files from the dlls folder of the php distribution into your c:\winnt\system32 folder. If doing that does not solve your problem, please reopen this bug report.

 [2002-09-10 20:45 UTC] yuegong at grow-easy dot com
I have set extension_dir=d:\php in php.ini, and php_xmlrpc.dll has been copied to this folder, but the problem is still.
 [2002-09-10 20:46 UTC] yuegong at grow-easy dot com
And, I also copied the dll to d:/winnt/system32 folder.
 [2002-09-10 22:15 UTC]
You have either not replaced php4ts.dll (all those!) in your system with the one found in the new release and/or you haven't moved the bundled dlls to some path in the libpath.. 

(unfortunately xmlrpc is not mentioned in the list..and I'm not sure if it really relies on any extra dlls)

 [2002-09-10 23:16 UTC] yuegong at grow-easy dot com
I have checked all php4ts.dll in my computer, there was only one copy of this file which is created in 2002-09-06(ymd), and I copied this file to d:\winnt\system32 for test, but no change had happened.
 [2002-10-09 21:19 UTC] !=
 [2004-07-05 17:38 UTC] phpbugreporting at spoonydunappa dot com
I have the same problem and i argee with the comments of yuegong. I get the same results on both Windows XP and 2000. A quick search on Google shows that others are experiencing the same problem. I suggest that this is a real bug and not one to be brushed off so curtly.
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