persistent connection

Franck Martin Franck at
Wed Aug 23 00:01:13 EDT 2000

It seems a php error to me. Check your php.ini file for max execution

BTW, can someone confirm that php first generate the page then pass it to
Apache to serve it, and not generate the page at the same time it is


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-----Original Message-----
From: Sam Sam [mailto:s4m at]
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 3:56 PM
To: TDS Development Group
Subject: [freetds] Re: persistent connection

Hi Michael, It WORKSSSS !! %=)) 
I used --with-sybase and --enable-msdblib.. but now I have another
I try to select * from a table which contains 181.000 records in MS SQL 7.0
it works but not all records be displayed.. it had an error and the end.. :
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in
/data/me/coco.htm on line 19

Do u know where to specified this maximum execution time ??

btw: do u know any different between persistent and non-persistent
connection beside that persistent keep hold the connection until it


On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 09:55:24  
 Michael Kimsal wrote:
>Hi Sam,
>Did you not have to do the 'msdblib' ?
>I've not used the --with-sybase-ct, just --with-sybase.  Does
>--with-sybase work for you?

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