A default table prefix that should be swapped with dbprefix. Unable to load dynamic library ‘C: Make sure it connects with your oracle db. That done, we’re ready to query for some data. Belal Awwad 1 1
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Manoj’s Blog: Using Oracle with PHP and CodeIgniter
Bablu Ahmed 7 It seems that it still makes query into the mysql, while the table people is in oracle. Connecting codeigniter to mysql and oracle in the same application Ask Question. Thanks Abin, this might be a good solution but sorry I didn’t have the chance to try it.
Saty 20k 6 22 Then, to globally tell the system to use that group you would set this variable located in the config file:. Using PDO now in a big project and feeling good. No such luck, and the error message you see — when you finally remember to check your PHP error log — isn’t very helpful: Belal Awwad 1 1 Also note that username, password, and database fields probably ought to be in uppercase — more case sensitivity implications on their way, stay tuned.
Database Configuration — CodeIgniter documentation
Zend Core offers a ” for Oracle ” version with Oracle support built in, out of the box. I worked with oracle and mysql using Codeigniter. I plunked them into a new directory, put that directory codeugniter my path, and revved up PHP.
A default table prefix that should be swapped with dbprefix.
Connect Codeigniter to Oracle 11g
An optional table prefix which will codeiggniter to the table name when running Query Builder queries. These failovers can be specified by setting the failover for a connection like this:.
I tried to connect it but I found that I cannot make a query to Oracle database. Connect Codeigniter to Oracle 11g Ask Question.
Sign up using Email and Password. Then, I recalled my case sensitivity wrangling from earlier, and my cogs started turning. It’s fixed with a simple cut-and-paste. I’d say this was the first straightforwardly helpful piece of Oracle documentation Codfigniter ever used.
I’m not sure whom to implicate for the misunderstanding. Yeah, the extension is loaded. Yet again, the CodeIgniter forum came to the rescue: