I keep getting a recurring error from the error log on the server of the nature "[23-Jan-2011 09:09:15] PHP Fatal error: Class 'mysqli' not found in /home3/theconne/public_html/DbLayer.class.php on line 27" each time i try to submit a form on the site i've just built for a client.In my code, i try to create a mysqli object via which i connect to the mysql backend. On the development machine (my laptop), everything works just fine. But on the server, the error i quoted keeps popping up. Please, has anyone experienced this kind of error or anyone with the relevant solution will be helpful.
I'm trying to learn PHP/MySQL. I'm right now into learning how to connect to server and database. When using this:
I get this in the browser: trying to connect to the database server trying to connect to the database A connection to the database server has indeed opened. I know that, because if I, for example, change the hostname to "Obama", I get the "connection to server failed" message.
But it seems to ignore the request to connect to the database itself. At least that's my guess, because if I, for example, change the name of the connection from $link to $Clinton, I get no error message. It just seems to skip this request altogether. I have no idea why, and don't know how to start troubleshooting. Im 100% positive that the database klasbas exists, I can reach it using a tool i got from a book, but now I'm trying to learn how to write all this stuff myself.
I need to connect to a MS Database on a Server. The problem I have is that the database name is 35 Chars Long in the format of '(xxxxxx) xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx xxx' I have attempted putting it in brackets but it appears to choke on the Parens...
primarily chokes on mssql_select_db() Warning: mssql_select_db() [function.mssql-select-db]: message: Unclosed quotation mark before the character string '(xxxxx) constructionsupport t'. (severity 15) in D:Apache2htdocsddbtest.php on line 9
It is not my server, There is a non-php app running against the DB so I cannot change the name.
I am new to MySQL and started reading " Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP & MySQL by Kevin Yank" book. I am currently in chapter 4 and having a problem in connection to database server. The code i am working on is below;
<html > <body> <?php // Connect to the database server $dbcnx = @mysql_connect('localhost', 'root', 'mypasswd');
i have created the database that is working ok however, when i try to connect to the server to retrieve the information from the database and to show it on web browser, i get this message " Unable to connect to the database server at this time".
I have installed MySQL program and PHP etc. according to the book and I have not set up any username and password when installing MySQL, so i am thinking that might be the problem. Also I am running this server on my PC not on a dedicated server.
I have a database engine sitting on a remote server, while my webserver is present locally. I have worked pretty much with client-server architecture, where the server has both the webserver and the database engine. Now I need to connect to an Oracle database which is situated on a different server.Can anybody give me any suggestions?? I believe ODBC_CONNECT might not work. Do I use OCI8 drivers?? How would I connect to my database server.
I'm trying to connect to a SQL Server 2005 database, and I'm having a heck of a time. With PHP 5.3.2, it tells me that the mssql_connect() function is undefined, and after doing some digging I found that the mssql.dll file is not in the ext folder, nor does it appear to come with 5.3.2 at all.However, I looked in the ext folder in the 5.2.13 release, and there is a mssql.dll file. I tried this file with the 5.3.2 release, and it didn't work.Why does PHP no longer come with this file, and what do I need to do to get connected to my database?
I am trying to install a PHP script on my server and get the following error message. I replaced username, directory, and folder name for security reasons.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: Access denied for user 'nobody'@'localhost' (using password: NO) in /bhome/username/directory/directory name/includes/functions/database.php on line 12 Unable to connect to database server! -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Here is the DB Privileges. I subbed the personal data. Code:
When i am trying to run one script on my web server, i get following error Cannot connect to the database using the info you provided Access denied for user 'My_Username'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
I filled all info like Host(localhost) Database name(created in cpanel) Username(created in cpanel) Password(i kept blank dont know where to find this)
The php test script works perfectly. The codeigniter code only works for my local dev box but not the prod box. What could I possible be missing Update: note that although I'm using a constant IS_PRODUCTION in the sample code, this isn't the problem. I've pulled out the values and hardwired them. I just included it to make the example more succinct, that it so show that it works in one environment and not the other Update2: The issue seems only to be related to the Model. As soon as I move the code to the Controller it works.
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