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Bug #32 3.0b4 Oracle connection breaks with Stronghold
Submitted: 1998-02-03 17:52 UTC Modified: 1998-10-04 09:06 UTC
From: kennh at sierra dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Oracle related
PHP Version: 3.0b4 OS: Solaris 2.5.1
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1998-02-03 17:52 UTC] kennh at sierra dot com
I have been playing around with compiling 3.0b3 with
Stronghold.  It worked on the Regular (http) and SSL (https)
side connecting to Oracle.

Now with 3.0b4, the regular Stronghold works, but the SSL
side always returns "Document contains not data." when
database stuff is attempted.  Other PHP works.

It appears that it barfs on the 'Ora_Exec($cursor)'

As I said, it worked in 3.0b3-http, 3.0b3-https, and
3.0b4-http but not 3.0b4-https.

Kenn Herman


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 [1998-10-04 09:06 UTC] zeev
Could you try out the latest CVS snapshot of PHP with
Stronghold and let us know if it works now?
This is a real oldie, with apparently no user response...

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