odbc-php-installation-0

  • Installing/Configuring
  • Installation

  • Installation
  • Installation

    Installation

    –with-adabas[=DIR]

    Include Adabas D support. DIR is the Adabas base
    install directory, defaults to /usr/local.

    –with-sapdb[=DIR]

    Include SAP DB support. DIR is SAP DB base install
    directory, defaults to /usr/local.

    –with-solid[=DIR]

    Include Solid support. DIR is the Solid base
    install directory, defaults to /usr/local/solid.

    –with-ibm-db2[=DIR]

    Include IBM DB2 support. DIR is the DB2 base
    install directory, defaults to /home/db2inst1/sqllib.

    –with-empress[=DIR]

    Include Empress support. DIR is the Empress base
    install directory, defaults to $EMPRESSPATH. This option only supports
    Empress Version 8.60 and above.

    –with-empress-bcs[=DIR]

    Include “Empress Local Access” support.
    DIR is the Empress base install directory, defaults to $EMPRESSPATH. This
    option only supports Empress Version 8.60 and above.

    –with-birdstep[=DIR]

    Include Birdstep support. DIR is the Birdstep base
    install directory, defaults to /usr/local/birdstep.

    –with-custom-odbc[=DIR]

    Include a user defined ODBC support. The DIR is
    ODBC install base directory, which defaults to /usr/local. Make sure to define CUSTOM_ODBC_LIBS
    and have some odbc.h in your include
    dirs. E.g., you should define following for Sybase SQL Anywhere
    5.5.00 on QNX, prior to run configure script:

       CPPFLAGS="-DODBC_QNX -DSQLANY_BUG"
       LDFLAGS=-lunix
       CUSTOM_ODBC_LIBS="-ldblib -lodbc".
    
    –with-iodbc[=DIR]

    Include iODBC support. DIR is the iODBC base
    install directory, defaults to /usr/local.

    –with-esoob[=DIR]

    Include Easysoft OOB support. DIR is the OOB base
    install directory, defaults to /usr/local/easysoft/oob/client.

    –with-unixODBC[=DIR]

    Include unixODBC support. DIR is the unixODBC base
    install directory, defaults to /usr/local.

    Include OpenLink ODBC support. DIR is the OpenLink
    base install directory, defaults to /usr/local. This is the same as iODBC.

    –with-dbmaker[=DIR]

    Include DBMaker support. DIR is the DBMaker base
    install directory, defaults to where the latest version of DBMaker
    is installed (such as /home/dbmaker/3.6).

    The Windows version of PHP has built-in support
    for this extension. You do not need to load any additional
    extensions in order to use these functions.

    As of PHP 7.0.0, however, Windows users must
    enable php_odbc.dll in order to use
    this extension.