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Bug #462 Using mSQL2 functions on Windows 95 causes PHP to crash.
Submitted: 1998-06-15 14:43 UTC Modified: 1998-08-13 15:10 UTC
From: jgilbert at nortel dot ca Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: mSQL related
PHP Version: 3.0 Final Release OS: Windows 95
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1998-06-15 14:43 UTC] jgilbert at nortel dot ca
Any PHP script that uses mSQL2 functions in it will cause the interpreter to crash with the standard
"illegal operation" message from Windows 95.

The HTML output, if any (some scripts will produce output before crashing, others will crash before
sending output) reports the following error: "Load of C:\PHP3\msql.conf failed". 

Copying my msql.conf file to the PHP3 directory still causes the scripts to crash, but after doing so the
"Load of C:\PHP3\msql.conf failed" error does not appear. The script simply crashes with the illegal 
operation message.

I'm running the NON-ISAPI, standard CGI version on an OmniHTTPD (non multi-threaded) server. I'm
loading the mSQL2 module by defining "extension=msql2.dll" in the config file.

mSQL 1 appears to work, however that doesn't do me any good. The only apparent work around is to install
an mSQL ODBC driver and go through ODBC, but that means converting all of the SQL statements to ODBC
statements.

Please provide an answer as soon as possible. Thanks in advance.

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 [1998-08-13 15:10 UTC] shane
Until msql is officialy ported, msql on windows is experimental and unsupported.
 
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