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Unable to Load php_mssql.dll

Thread began 3/24/2010 8:35 am by Travis250923 | Last modified 3/24/2010 9:44 am by Travis250923 | 3074 views | 4 replies

neilo

Hi Travis,

php_mssql.dll is an extension that resides on the server (either testing or remote) in the ext or extensions folder in the Main PHP folder. It basically enables/configures MySql on the server. The php_mssql.dll file would have to a) physically exist on the server and, b) be enabled in the php.ini file (usually by uncommenting the line referring to that extension).

Essentially - unless you have admin access to your server's root - it would be up to your hosting providers to sort this out if it is a remote site, or you would need to sort it if it is on your local testing server.

Create a file called phpinfo.php containing nothing but the these lines (in code view):

<?php
phpinfo ();
?>



Upload it to your server and then access it via your browser. This will display a list of your PHP configurations. It will tell you what you have configured in terms of mySql amongst (many) other things.

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