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Hello, since many of my clients had problems regarding to webhosting (specifically for acp panels) they did not know that the problem was the hosting company all the way from start.

So for those who are interested in knowing if their host is compatible with their l2off server SQL Server connections this is a simple tool for debugging porpuses.

This tool was originally for my customers to know if their host is supporting my panels.

 

Create a new file test.php and then add the following code inside, then edit the $host, $user, $pass and open your website.com/test.php and you will know what kind of connections you can use simple and easy.

This is not only for newbies its a tool that can help developers in general.

it has been tested in all versions of PHP 5.6+ and it works.

 

successfull message looks like this:

http://prntscr.com/mt5jep

it will print few names from database.

 

It uses 5 kind of connection types mssql_connect, sqlserver_connect, odbc_connect, PDO (dblib, sqlsrv, odbc), mysqli_connect

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1 hour ago, PARADISE said:

Useful, but phpinfo() is always your friend

yes, phpinfo is also included, plus this is for hosts that say that support this functions but actually not, i've seen this many times, this is the actual test if the functions work or not depending with the apache configuration.

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