This short article describes how to configure unixODBC 2.2.11-10.el5 in conjunction with PHP 5.3.3-26. Many forums out there contain articles that describe the absence of php_mssql drivers in the oracle yum repo. There various reason for that; non in which Oracle has a part. No matter what reason you like best, there is a decent […]Read More Configure unixODBC for use with PHP and MSSQL on Oracle Linux
All you need is apache installed, then download php 5.3.6. src and run the following configuration command. Next note the errors during configuration and install the required packages needed from the install media then rerun the command up till it finishes succesfully. When the configuration is done, run the “make all” command after which you […]Read More Compile PHP5.3.6 on OEL5.5 x64
For anyone that wants to translate output from a SOAP webservice using WLSD to JSON… Here is an example script that shows you the basics 🙂 This is a working example. You need at least PHP 5.1 for this example to work! Goodluck , and happy scripting! 🙂Read More SOAP to JSON using PHP
A family member asked me if it was possible to use html, php, mysql to mark spots in an image of the human skeleton during an medical anamnesis collection. He wanted this to easily mark the complaint spots of his patients. He also needed to be able to remove marks when they where faulty and […]Read More Draw dots in images using PHP, XMLHttp, Mysql.
When opening the Monitoring > Hosts > Hosts view to view all the available and configured hosts in Centreon 2.1.4 you will get a blank result. This happens because there is a coding error in the following file. /usr/local/centreon/www/include/monitoring/status/Hosts/xml/hostXML.php on line 249 To correct it you need to add a else statement to the if, […]Read More Fixing the monitoring hosts > hosts view in centreon 2.1.4
Ever wondered how to programatically get the root of any number programatically? A square root of any number in excel can be found using the function “=SQRT(#);” where # is the number you want to have the root from. When you test this with the number 3 (commonly used to calculate complex “real” power consumption […]Read More Square or any Root programatically?