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Bug #5665 Oracle error
Submitted: 2000-07-18 13:09 UTC Modified: 2000-09-06 16:32 UTC
From: mark dot faine at msfc dot nasa dot gov Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Oracle related
PHP Version: 4.0 Latest CVS (18/07/2000) OS: Solaris 2.6
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-07-18 13:09 UTC] mark dot faine at msfc dot nasa dot gov
If I compile NES without Oracle then it works just fine but if I compile it with Oracle then I get an error when starting the server:  referenced symbol: opinit not found.  I assume this must be from some oracle library.  The Oracle version is 7.3



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 [2000-07-24 12:44 UTC] hholzgra at cvs dot php dot net
type changed to oracle
 [2000-08-23 05:39 UTC]
Please attach your configure line here.

 [2000-08-23 19:23 UTC]

Configure line follows

./configure --with-nsapi=/home/web_server/netscape/suitespot 

Just for the record here is the output of ldd also:

starbase# ldd =>   /usr/dt/lib/ =>   /usr/local/lib/ =>    /lib/ =>
1.0 =>     /lib/ =>   /lib/ =>        /lib/ =>        /lib/ =>     /lib/ =>    /lib/

I've been playing a lot with the configure line and also with my
LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and other environment settings trying to be sure that this
is not the cause.

 [2000-08-23 20:06 UTC]

The symbol "opinit" is missing from Oracle's file. 
Check to see if $ORACLE_HOME/bin/genclntsh has "opinit". If not, add "opinit" before the string "orlon", save the original, and run "genclntsh" which will regenerate the to include "opinit". 


This was a quick google search result. Url below:

Try it out. It should fix this problem.

 [2000-09-06 13:44 UTC]
What is the status with this? Is it fixed?

 [2000-09-06 16:32 UTC]

>Nope, as far as I know it has all the experts stumped.
>I've been over it a hundred times and can't figure it out. If you have any
>more questions about it I'd be glad to answer them.

Well, the problem is in the Oracle libraries, not in PHP so I will close
this bug report. But if you find that this is not the case feel
free to reopen this.
I base my assumption to the fact that myself and other's are able
to compile and run php4 and do not get this error.

Ask Oracle helpdesk (or whatever it's called) for more help.
And if you get this solved, please add some info here too?

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