No, that isn't possible using mySQL.
Try linking PHP with older client libraries (9.0.1,
8.1.5, etc) instead of the newer 9.2 libraries and see
if that fixes your problem with PHP. You can download
them from otn.oracle.com
--- "Alonso, Claudio Fabian"
> Hello Steve, hello Victor,
> Thanks for your answers.
> My PHP application needs to see this Oracle table,
> but as far as I could see
> PHP has problems with Oracle 9.2.0. I got a
> conection problem and found in
> the PHP's bug database that it isn't currently
> As I'm familiar with PHP/MySQL, I'm trying to "see"
> the Oracle table through
> That's why I'm thinking on a way to create in MySQL
> a view (or something
> similar) that refers to an external database table
> (in this case, Oracle).
> I don't know if this kind of solution is possible,
> using only MySQL to see a
> remote Oracle table, not including any programming
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