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unni82
Oracle compatibility
  • 2006/2/6 12:01

  • unni82

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Hi
I m using XOOPS 2.0 and i tried to connect it with oracle but nothing is happening.is XOOPS not compatible with oracle database

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jdseymour
Re: Oracle compatibility

Right now XOOPS only uses MySQL for database support. There are plans (as I understand) to add a method in future XOOPS versions that should allow compatibility with other databases.

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Herko
Re: Oracle compatibility
  • 2006/2/6 12:09

  • Herko

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à future version of XOOPS (2.5/2.6,perhaps, or XOOPS4) will use the new PHP 5.1 native PDO feature, which is a PHP native database abstraction layer that includes MySQL and Oracle databases (among others).

Herko

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phppp
Re: Oracle compatibility
  • 2006/2/6 12:14

  • phppp

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  • Since: 2004/1/25


Skalpa has added PDO to 2.30 alpha 2, you can check it from SVN

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mCity
Re: Oracle compatibility
  • 2006/2/6 14:54

  • mCity

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Then, will XOOPS include the data porting between database from MySQL to PDO or Oracle and vice versa?

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Herko
Re: Oracle compatibility
  • 2006/2/6 14:59

  • Herko

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definately not in the first alpha's and beta's. Firth thing is to get XOOPS fully working with these databases.

Herko

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