|Subject||Re: [firebird-php] Re: Calling php function from sql|
>Please verify that you are using the classic server. This is the oneI have default instalation of firebird.
>that runs as a library and not as a separate process. The PHP and DB
>engines need to be in the same address space, and using the classic
>(embedded) server is the best way to accomplish that (alternately, you
>can compile PHP/Embedded and link it to the UDF, and load it in your
I compiled apache2, and I compiled php like this:
./configure --with-interbase=/opt/firebird --enable-embed
Library libphp5.so was created...
I compiled udf like this:
gcc -shared `php-config --includes` `php-config --ldflags` `php-config
--libs` -o php_ibase_udf.so php_ibase_udf.c -lphp5
I received php_ibase_udf.so and copied it to /opt/firebird/UDF
I wanted to use call_php1 function
show function call_php1 in isql shows something like this:
Function library is php_ibase_udf
Entry point is udf_call_php1
Argument 1: CSTRING(100) CHARACTER SET NONE
Returns BY DESCRIPTOR CSTRING(100) CHARACTER SET NONE
Argument 3: BY DESCRIPTOR INTEGER
So I try to use it:
SQL> update FAKTURA set numer =CALL_PHP1('ucwords',numer);
And I got segmentation fault and isql crashed.
Is there any way to debug it?
Should I link it against something else?
Can You help me please?