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Bug #8165 Database output is only one char per column
Submitted: 2000-12-08 07:39 UTC Modified: 2001-02-18 06:28 UTC
From: sven dot voigt at lhsystems dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: OCI8 related
PHP Version: 4.0.3pl1 OS: SuSE Linux 6.3/Kernel 2.2.13
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-12-08 07:39 UTC] sven dot voigt at lhsystems dot com
We're using an Oracle 8051 with Apache 1.3.12. The following code fragment runs faultless on PHP3.0.15, but produces one character output per column only on PHP4.0.3pl1:

while (OCIFetch($Stmt)) {
   echo "  <TR>\n    ";
   for ($Column=1; $Column < $NumCols; $Column++) {
      $spalte_wert=trim(OCIResult($Stmt,$Column));
      $spalte_typ=OCIColumnType($Stmt,$Column);
      if($spalte_wert=="")
         $spalte_wert="&nbsp;";
      if($spalte_typ=="NUMBER")
         $spalte_ausrichtung="RIGHT";
      else
         $spalte_ausrichtung="LEFT";
      echo ('<TD ALIGN="'.$spalte_ausrichtung.'">');
      echo "$spalte_wert";
      echo "</TD>";
   }
   echo "\n  </TR>\n";
}

The docs don't state any special treatment due to PHP4, so the code should be running on PHP3 and on PHP4. Or am I wrong? To me it looks like a bug.

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 [2001-01-07 19:51 UTC] sniper@php.net
Does this happen with PHP 4.0.4 ?

--Jani
 [2001-01-09 11:50 UTC] cynic@php.net
user feedback:
When I recompiled Apache with PHP 4.0.4 the problem seemed to have vanished. 
Now a colleague reported that this happened again. An Apache restart did help. So far, I couldn't figure out what the *real* problem was... As soon as I know, I'll report it to bugs.php.net

 [2001-02-18 06:28 UTC] thies@php.net
i'm sure your problem will dissapear once you set all 
oracle related env-vars *before* you start apache.

 
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