Subsequent PHP scripts can reuse the already opened connection, making them run faster.
JHIST_EMP_ID_ST_DATE_PK constraint -- drop trigger update_job_history; -- -- Allow employees to be changed when testing the lab after hours.
-- drop trigger secure_employees; This section of the tutorial shows how to use the PHP OCI8 extension directly with Oracle Database.
Using the OCI8 extension directly gives programmers maximum control over application performance.
This tutorial shows you how to use PHP with Oracle Database 11g.
Approximately 2 hours PHP is a popular web scripting language, and is often used to create database-driven web sites.
This tutorial helps you get started with PHP and Oracle Database by showing how to build a web application and by giving techniques for using PHP with Oracle.
If you are new to PHP, review the Appendix: PHP Primer to gain an understanding of the PHP language.
To create a connection to Oracle that can be used for the lifetime of the PHP script, perform the following steps.
column username format a30 column logon_time format a18 set pagesize 1000 feedback off echo on select username, to_char(logon_time, 'DD-MON-YY HH: MI: SS') logon_time from v$session where username is not null; exit There should be two connected users.
You may see more than two if you reloaded the page several times and Apache allocated different processes to handle the PHP script.
By default, persistent connections stay open until the Apache process terminates.