Check your file:; Use NT authentication when connecting to the servermssql.secure_connection = On If you have secure_connection = On, make sure that you provide valid credentials in the properties for Apache service in the System Services box.
Then you should not send DB username and password from your script to MSSQL Server.
But they can be in a batch ( a set of SQL sent to the server in one round trip) keyword.
Even if you do write a "updatable" view (which is simply a view that follows certain restrictions), updates like this will fail.
If you want to use specific credentials from a PHP script, then set mssql.secure_connection = Off in your If someone encounters the interesting problem in which PHP can connect to a MSSQL server from the command line but not when running as an Apache module: SELinux prevents Apache (and therefore all Apache modules) from making remote connections by default.
This solved the problem in Cent OS:# setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect=1 On freebsd I edited the Makefile in /usr/ports/lang/php5 and added --with-mssql=/usr/local to the CONFIGURE_ARGS= section (ensure to put a \ in front of the previous line), then it will use tds.h correctly....
To check that run# getsebool -a | grep httpd_can_network_connecthttpd_can_network_connect -- onand to enable them if they are not on, dosetsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect 1setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect_db 1taken fromhttps://
In this article, I am going to demonstrate how you can write queries in SQL Server to handle these scenarios quickly.Then it makes use of the STUFF inbuilt function to replace a part of the main input parameter (which has already been inserted into table) with a zero length string; effectively removing the value before the comma, which has already been extracted from the main input parameter and inserted into the table.It also uses LTRIM and RTRIM functions to remove any extra spaces from the beginning or end of the value if there are any.Mit diesem Parameter wird dieses Verhalten geändert, sodass Cent OS - Remote SQL server connection$link = mssql_connect(72xxx.xxx, username, password); If you are not getting success, please check There is certainly a php-mssql package available in the extras repository so just a `yum install php-mssql` should sort that out - it pulls in freetds as a dependency too.If you already have those installed but it doesn't seem to be connecting, the one possibility is that you are being blocked by SELinux.Here are the relevant clips from the MSDN documentation (emphasis is mine).