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Executing Microsoft SQL Server Stored Procedure from PHP on Linux


Learn how to setup, install and configure Apache and PHP on a Linux box to execute MS SQL stored procedures. This extensive article takes you through an in-depth look on how to achieve your ideal environment.

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By: Jack Zhang
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October 20, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Executing Microsoft SQL Server Stored Procedure from PHP on Linux
  2. · Preparation
  3. · Installing the Apache Web Server
  4. · Installing the Apache Web Server, Cont'd
  5. · Installing FreeTDS
  6. · Modify the PHP Source Code
  7. · Modify the PHP Source Code, Cont'd
  8. · Executing MS SQL Server Procedures from PHP
  9. · Conclusion

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Executing Microsoft SQL Server Stored Procedure from PHP on Linux - Installing FreeTDS
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From the /public folder, issue:

cd FreeTDS-0.61.2

This will change our working directory to FreeTDS.  According to the PHP documentation, if we want to use FreeTDS to connect to a MS SQL Server, we need to append --enable-msdblib to the configure command.  For detailed information, you can issue the following command:

./configure --help

This is what I used for the installation of FreeTDS:

./configure  --prefix=/usr/local/freetds --sysconfdir=/usr/local/ freetds --with-tdsver=7.0 --enable-msdblib --enable-threadsafe --enable-sybase-compat

Since there is less dependency on the operating system, it is easy to pass this step without any error.  Next, we compile the module tree, issue the following:

make

And install FreeTDS by issuing:

make install

After these 2 steps, you will find a new folder /usr/local/freetds, which contains the new files weve just installed.  Lets test our installation, change directory to this folder, and issue:

cd /usr/local/freetds

Edit freetds.conf:

gedit freetds.conf

I have a windows box running MS SQL Server 2000 on it.  The machine name is home2k with IP address 192.168.0.212.  Append the following part to FreeTDS.conf, and save it:

[home2k]
host = 192.168.0.212
port =1433
tds version = 7.0

Change to the bin folder under /usr/local/freetds,  and issue:

tsql S home2k U sa P

If you see 1> coming out,  that means the connection to MS SQL Server is        established,  you can test further via sending an SQL statement to the SQL Server like the following screen, then exit using the tsql command.


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