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ibase_service_attach

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ibase_service_attachConnect to the service manager

Descripción

ibase_service_attach(string $host, string $dba_username, string $dba_password): resource|false

Parámetros

host

The name or ip address of the database host. You can define the port by adding '/' and port number. If no port is specified, port 3050 will be used.

dba_username

The name of any valid user.

dba_password

The user's password.

Valores devueltos

Returns a Interbase / Firebird link identifier on success o false en caso de error.

Ejemplos

Ejemplo #1 ibase_service_attach() example

<?php
// Attach to the remote Firebird server by ip address
if (($service = ibase_service_attach('10.1.1.199', 'sysdba', 'masterkey')) != FALSE) {

// Successfully attached.
// Fetch server version (something like 'LI-V3.0.4.33054 Firebird 3.0')
$server_version = ibase_server_info($service, IBASE_SVC_SERVER_VERSION);

// Fetch server implementation (something like 'Firebird/Linux/AMD/Intel/x64')
$server_implementation = ibase_server_info($service, IBASE_SVC_IMPLEMENTATION);

// Detach from server (disconnect)
ibase_service_detach($service);

// Output the info
echo "Server version: " . $server_version . "<br/>";
echo
"Server implementation: " . $server_implementation;
}
else {
// Output message on error
$conn_error = ibase_errmsg();
die(
$conn_error);
}

?>

Ejemplo #2 ibase_service_attach() example using hostname/port syntax

<?php
// Attach to the remote Firebird server by name. Use Port 3050.
if (($service = ibase_service_attach('FB-SRV-01.contoso.local/3050', 'sysdba', 'masterkey')) != FALSE) {

// Successfully attached.
// Fetch server version (something like 'LI-V3.0.4.33054 Firebird 3.0')
$server_version = ibase_server_info($service, IBASE_SVC_SERVER_VERSION);

// Fetch server implementation (something like 'Firebird/Linux/AMD/Intel/x64')
$server_implementation = ibase_server_info($service, IBASE_SVC_IMPLEMENTATION);

// Detach from server (disconnect)
ibase_service_detach($service);

// Output the info
echo "Server version: " . $server_version . "<br/>";
echo
"Server implementation: " . $server_implementation;
}
else {
// Output message on error
$conn_error = ibase_errmsg();
die(
$conn_error);
}

?>

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Paul Vinkenoog
15 years ago
The previous comment is incorrect. You can connect to the Service Manager as any valid user, and connecting to the Service Manager is not the same as connecting to the security database. However, some of the service functions (which you may subsequently call with the service handle returned by ibase_service_attach) are only available to SYSDBA.
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houston_roadrunner at yahoo dot com
17 years ago
When using this function it looks like you can only use SYSDBA as the user, as you are connecting to the security database. This is a restriction by the interbase/firebird server.
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Anonymous
18 years ago
An example of ibase_service_attach:
<?php
//attach to the server running on localhost
if (($service = ibase_service_attach('localhost', 'sysdba', 'masterkey')) != FALSE) {
//retrieve server info
$server_info = ibase_server_info($service, IBASE_SVC_SERVER_VERSION)
.
' / '
. ibase_server_info($service, IBASE_SVC_IMPLEMENTATION);
//detach from server (disconnect)
ibase_service_detach($service);
}
else {
$ib_error = ibase_errmsg();
}
echo
$server_info;
?>
Should echo something like:

WI-T2.0.0.12484 Firebird 2.0 Release Candidate 1 / Firebird/x86/Windows NT

Taken/adapted from ibWebAdmin source code
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