RC & SQL Server

System Tech systemtech at PrepAlert.com
Mon Sep 4 17:00:29 CEST 2006


Try this link it should help. http://www.peterguy.com/php/install_IIS6.html
Richard

WOODS John wrote:
> It is some time since I set up PHP on my Win2k3, it did take me one or
> two attempts to get it up and running but it is now very stable. If you
> have any specific problems please let me know and I will try and help
> out.
>
> I am using PHP 5.1.1
>
> John
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brennan Stehling [mailto:brennan at offwhite.net] 
> Sent: 04 September 2006 09:41
> To: WOODS John
> Cc: Thomas Bruederli; RoundCube Dev
> Subject: Re: RC & SQL Server
>
> I have run the MS SQL script on a local copy of SQL Server 2005 SE.  It
> went just fine.
>
> I do not have RC installed on this machine, so is there any other
> testing I can do?
>
> How painful is it to install PHP onto Windows Server 2003?
>
> Brennan
>
> On Mon, 4 Sep 2006 10:14:48 +0200, "WOODS John" <John.Woods at axa-im.com>
> wrote:
>   
>> Thomas,
>>
>> Thank you for getting this into the Trunk. I will start testing as
>>     
> soon
>   
>> as possible.
>>
>> On the subject of UTF collation, I will need to look further into
>>     
> this.
>   
>> SQL Server does not support UTF but uses the UCS-2 standard for
>>     
> Unicode
>   
>> data instead.
>>
>> The first change would be to change the data types of all the char,
>> varchar and text columns to nchar, nvarchar and ntext to allow Unicode
>>     
> -
>   
>> that's the easy part and we could then leave the collation as it is. I
>> would then have to look at converting the UTF data to UCS-2 with a new
>> function.
>>
>> I'll let you know how when I have more details.
>>
>> John
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Thomas Bruederli [mailto:roundcube at gmail.com]
>> Sent: 30 August 2006 18:43
>> To: WOODS John
>> Cc: RoundCube Dev
>> Subject: Re: RC & SQL Server
>>
>> Hi John,
>>
>> Thanks for the code, I just added it to the Trunk. Since I don't have
>>     
> a
>   
>> MSSQL server it's up to you to test it.
>>
>> One final question: Is it possible to use UTF collation instead of
>> Latin1 as you suggested in the mssql.initial.sql file? If yes, what's
>> the exact string for MSSQL?
>>
>> Regards,
>> Thomas
>>
>>
>> WOODS John wrote:
>>     
>>> Whilst on the subject of different databases some of you may be
>>> interested in a port to MS SQL Server that I have made.
>>>
>>> [...]
>>>       
>>> This is a new function that is required to place the *now() *mysql
>>> function* *or* getdate() *mssql* *function in SQL query strings. For
>>> this to work all occurrences of the string "now()" in the project
>>>       
> have
>   
>>> to be replaced with a call to this function.
>>>
>>> Please let me know whether any of you can make use this port.
>>>
>>> John Woods
>>>
>>>       
> --
> Brennan Stehling
> Offwhite.net LLC
> brennan at offwhite.net
>
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