C. Oracle 函数(已废弃)


本扩展增加对 Oracle 数据库服务器访问的支持。参见 OCI8 扩展。

注: 本扩展已被移动到 PECL 库中且自以下版本起不再被绑定到 PHP 中:5.1.0。


你必须使用选项 --with-oracle[=DIR] 编译 PHP , DIR 的默认值是环境变量 ORACLE_HOME。


以下常量由本扩展模块定义,因此只有在本扩展模块被编译到 PHP 中,或者在运行时被动态加载后才有效。

ORA_BIND_INOUT (integer)

ORA_BIND_IN (integer)

ORA_BIND_OUT (integer)



ora_bind -- 绑定一个 PHP 变量到一个 Oracle 参数
ora_close -- 关闭一个 Oracle 游标
ora_columnname -- 取得列名
ora_columnsize -- 取得列的大小
ora_columntype -- 取得列的类型
ora_commit -- 提交一个 Oracle 事务
ora_commitoff -- 关闭自动提交功能
ora_commiton -- 打开自动提交功能
ora_do -- 分析,执行,获取
ora_error -- 获得 Oracle 错误信息
ora_errorcode -- 获得 Oracle 错误号
ora_exec -- 在 Oracle 游标上执行被分析后的语句
ora_fetch_into -- 将一行数据放入数组
ora_fetch -- 从一个游标中取得一行数据
ora_getcolumn -- 取得列的数据
ora_logoff -- 关闭一个 Oracle 连接
ora_logon -- 打开一个 Oracle 连接
ora_numcols -- 返回列的数目
ora_numrows -- 返回行的数目
ora_open -- 打开一个 Oracle 游标
ora_parse -- 分析一条 SQL 语句
ora_plogon --  打开一个持久的 Oracle 连接
ora_rollback -- 回滚事务

add a note add a note User Contributed Notes
Javi Ros
02-Jun-2006 10:49
Here are the translate of some functions from ORA to OCI:

function Ora_Logon($usuario, $password)
       $con = oci_connect($usuario,$password);
       return $con;

function Ora_Open($conexion) {
       return $cursor;

function Ora_Parse(&$cursor, $consulta) {
       return $cursor;

function Ora_Exec(&$cursor) {
       return $cursor;

function Ora_Fetch(&$cursor)
       if ($cursor[2] == 1) $cursor[2]=0;
       return oci_fetch($cursor[1]);

function Ora_GetColumn(&$cursor, $indice)
       if ($cursor[2] == 1) {
       $valor = oci_result($cursor[1],$indice+1);
       return $valor;

function Ora_Close(&$cursor)

function Ora_Logoff($conexion) {
andre@sundale net
20-Apr-2006 03:09
>All ora_* functions will not work with Oracle 10g.

Appears to work ok for me under FreeBSD and sustain relatively high load.
New datatypes like CLOB do not work though, the module is based on Oracle7 client library.
marcel dot normann at experimentierkasten dot de
11-Jul-2005 03:38
Note: All ora_* functions will not work with Oracle 10g. You will have to use oci* instead.
gewj at skyone dot com dot cn
09-Nov-2004 11:23
I got a simple way to let php5 work with oracle 9i seamlessly.
   According to the normal case,it reports a error not to find libclntsh while compiling the php5.You could do a soft link as follow:
  ln -s $ORACLE_HOME/lib/libclntsh.so.9.0 $ORACLE_HOME/lib/libclntsh.so

   After that, you recompile the php5 and it'sl ok now.
spam2004 at turniton dot dk
17-Aug-2004 09:32
I had a hard time getting Oracle to work with the new PHP5 - here is a short step by step guide that may be usefull to others..

Oracle installation problems and workarounds for Fedora2 and Debian..

1) Get the oracle client stuff and put it into /usr/lib/oracle..
My output from "ls -R /usr/lib/oracle/"
classes12.jar  libclntsh.so  libclntsh.so.10.1  libnnz10.so  libocci.so.10.1  libociei.so  libocijdbc10.so  ojdbc14.jar

2) Set the ORACLE environment vars
export ORACLE_HOME=/usr/lib/oracle/
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/oracle/

3) Get the oracle source files
nzerror.h  oci1.h    ociap.h  ocidef.h  ocidfn.h  oci.h    ocikpr.h    ori.h  oro.h nzt.h oci8dp.h  ociapr.h  ocidem.h  ociextp.h  ocikp.h  oratypes.h  orl.h  ort.h

4) edit the file oci.h and add a line in the top below the comments

5) Copy the oracle source files (.h and .c) files to
php-5.0.0/ext/oci8/ and also copy them to php-5.0.0/main/

6) Goto the php-5.0.0. dir and do a ./configure --with-oci8 and other stuff you need..

7) make install

8) Add these lines to /etc/rc.d/initd/httpd

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/oracle/
export ORACLE_HOME=/usr/lib/oracle/
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/oracle/
export TZ=GMT

# Notice the line export NLS_DUAL_CURRENCY='.' is needed to get the stuff to run correctly on Fedora 2 .. otherwise you get a nasty misleading error about invalid username or password!.
zyablik at insc dot ru
08-Apr-2004 01:56
Oracle Client 9i on Windows XP (2000) plus IIS, plus Oracle RDBMS on remote server.
The bad thing that nothing will be working on windows-based comp. until you will not change the proper permissions on some files.

Fist you will need to set environment
ORACLE_SID (not necessary)
ORACLE_HOME (necessary)
TNS_ADMIN (necessary).

Second: add user IUSR_user read permission on the directory pointed by TNS_ADMIN. The same user permission r/x on the file orannts9.dll in ORACLE_HOME\bin (this was finded experimentally). After this instructions  ora_logon or ocilogon will be executed without deadly error codes ORA-12154 or ORA-12538.
nasser / at / unixica dot com
18-Mar-2004 04:52
More on the header files needed to compile PHP...

I installed the client side of Oracle 9i for Linux in different configurations, and could not get the oci*.h files that PHP requires for compilation.  So in the end, I searched for them through the jar files, and here's the result:

As you probably know, the Oracle for Linux package comes in three download files, or three disks.  Go to this path:


The rest of the directories are based on the release number, so they may look a little bit different but you get the picture:

and use "jar xf" to extract it and grab the header files.  Copy them to:


And your make will work.  Since this wasted half of a day of mine (even after going through lots of comments on the Internet) I hope it saves somebody else's time...

php kosmisk dk (punctuation needed)
13-Jan-2004 02:21
To make sure my oracle get's rolledback when my script once in a while dies or I make a mistake (statements are terminated with ";"...). I use this construction. Because if it isn't rolled back and you use plogon, other oracle connections might hang, until the apache process that ran the failed script is terminated, and therefore releases the connection and gives the implicit rollback.

The use of a shutdown_function:

$oracle = ora_plogon("user/pass@db", "") or die("Can't connect to db");
$cursor = ora_open($oracle);

function ora_shutdown() {
  global $oracle;
  global $cursor;

30-Dec-2003 09:04
Here is my little but very very useful tutorial :-)

CONNECTION : (in connect.php)
= ora_logon("databaseName@service","pass");
DISCONNECT : (in disconnect.php)
In each page, you must include both files
blah blah

Now the hard... SELECT ! (in select.php)
// Comment the line error_reporting if you want to
// debug your code - for example the "NO DATA FOUND"
// when no result. Oracle returns this like an error.

// Create an array, a cursor, count number of cols,
// perform the fetch and insert in the array.
$results = array();
$ora_cur = ora_do($ora_conn, $query);
// Don't panic, the $query will be set, wait a bit :)

if ($ora_cur)
// Number of cols
$numCols = ora_numcols($ora_cur);

// Put the first line in the array...
$row = array();
$i=0; $i<$numCols; $i++)
// for each column
$row[ora_columnname($ora_cur,$i)] = ora_getcolumn($ora_cur,$i);

// "Fetch" all records, one by one, and create an array for each one.
  // Each array is "pushed" in the $results array.
while (ora_fetch($ora_cur))
// for each record
$row = array();
$i=0; $i<$numCols; $i++)
// for each column
$row[ora_columnname($ora_cur,$i)] = ora_getcolumn($ora_cur,$i);
// Push $results
// Now turns error_reporting on. Comment this line if you want
// to see "NO DATA FOUND" warnings.

And now let's enjoy with this simple page !! :)

"blah blah";
$query = "select NAME, AGE from people where...";


// Browse $results array and display results :
if (count($results)) // if no "NO DATA FOUND"
 $res is like :
array(0 => array('NAME' => 'Sylvain', 'AGE' => '21'),
     1 => array('NAME' => 'Somebody','AGE' => '888'));
echo $res[1]['NAME']; // name
echo $res[1]['AGE']; // age
  // ALLWAYS write in uppercase !
"There's nobody in your database :D";

"blah blah and again blah";
//...another queries
$query = "...";


Another queries (insert, update...) are simpler. Let's see :)
$query = "UPDATE people SET url='http://iubito.free.fr' where name='Sylvain'";

and query.php is :
= ora_open($ora_conn); // Create a cursor
if($cursor) // if created
// Parse query
$resultat = ora_parse($cursor,$query);
$resultat = ora_exec($cursor); // Execute
$a=ora_commit($ora_conn); // perform COMMIT
$b=ora_close($cursor); // close cursor
// Write an error message
echo "oh, oh ! problem...";

Now enjoy using it !
For more information, see my website in French http://iubito.free.fr/prog/oracle.php
hsin at med dot cgu dot edu dot tw
10-Nov-2003 11:02
I got error messages when compiling after configured php-4.3.4, apache-1.3.29 and with Oracle client 9.2.0 (MySQL also) installed.

My configure command was:

./configure \
--with-mysql \
--with-oracle=$ORACLE_HOME \
--with-oci8=$ORACLE_HOME \
--enable-sigchild \
--enable-track-vars \
--with-xml \
--with-apache=../apache_1.3.29 \

What made the error was lack of some headers (ociextp.h, oci.h...etc) These headers are located in the following dirs:


Just install the Oracle developement kit in the Oracle database folder, I suggest using custum selection if passing php compilation is all yo want:)

One can either make sure these two directories are included or just copy the *.h into php-4.3.4/include
helvecio_oliveira at yahoo dot com dot br
14-Oct-2003 03:45
Some good links from OTN:

Installing Oracle, PHP, and Apache on Linux:

Forums Home->OTN->Technologies->PHP:

Forums Home->OTN->Technologies->Linux:
john at no_gay_refereces_please dot com
24-Apr-2003 04:03
Ok. Considering it took me about three hours to find the answer to this:

Running a stored procedure in Oracle 8i + PHP4 (explicitly).

$sql = "begin procedure_name($required_variables_string); end;";

... execute code here...

but your string should look like what is given above.
For example, if I was going to execute the following:
$sql = "SELECT * from some_table"; looks like straight SQL, vs the one above which looks more like a PL/SQL block.

A bit gay in my opinion, but this is my 2c for those who might need to know how to execute a stored procedure using PHP.
thebestion at gmx dot de
10-Oct-2002 12:48
A simple function

# list query in array
# $conn: connection
# $query: query_string
# return: $templist[$row][$column]=$value;

function get_query($conn,$query){
 $cursor = ora_open($conn);
 ora_parse($cursor, $query) or die;
 $numcols = ora_numcols($cursor);
  for($column=0; $column < $numcols; $column++){
   $colname = trim(ora_columnname($cursor, $column));
   $data = trim(ora_getcolumn($cursor, $column));

 return $templist;


$conn = ora_plogon( "user", "passwd")or die;

$cursor = ora_open($conn);


$query = "SELECT * FROM table";


 echo $result[$i][column];
jjuffermans at chello dot com
16-Mar-2001 07:11
The following function returns more detailed information about the columns of a table. It returns an array of hashes, with columnname, type, size, precision, scale, nullable, comments and constraints.

   function columninfo($cursor, $table) {
       $query  = "SELECT";
       $query .= "  user_tab_columns.column_name,";
       $query .= "  user_tab_columns.data_type,";
       $query .= "  user_tab_columns.data_length,";
       $query .= "  user_tab_columns.data_precision,";
       $query .= "  user_tab_columns.data_scale,";
       $query .= "  user_tab_columns.nullable,";
       $query .= "  user_col_comments.comments,";
       $query .= "  (SELECT";
       $query .= "    constraint_name";
       $query .= "    FROM user_cons_columns";
       $query .= "    WHERE column_name = user_tab_columns.column_name)";
       $query .= " FROM user_tab_columns,";
       $query .= " user_col_comments";
       $query .= " WHERE user_tab_columns.table_name = '$table'";
       $query .= " AND user_tab_columns.column_name = user_col_comments.column_name";
       $query .= " ORDER BY user_tab_columns.column_id ASC NULLS FIRST";
       ora_parse($cursor, $query) or die("<hr /><h2 style=\"color:#ff0000\">" . ora_error($cursor) . "</h2><tt>$query</tt>");
       ora_exec($cursor) or die("<hr /><h2 style=\"color:#ff0000\">" . ora_error($cursor) . "</h2><tt>$query</tt>");
       $ret_array = array();
       while (ora_fetch($cursor)) {
           $column_name = strtolower(ora_getcolumn($cursor, 0));
           $data_type = ora_getcolumn($cursor, 1);
           $data_length = ora_getcolumn($cursor, 2);
           $data_precision = ora_getcolumn($cursor, 3);
           $data_scale = ora_getcolumn($cursor, 4);
           $nullable = ora_getcolumn($cursor, 5);
           $nullable = ($nullable == "Y");
           $comments = ora_getcolumn($cursor, 6);
           $constraint_name = strtolower(ora_getcolumn($cursor, 7));
           if ($data_precision) {
               $data_length = $data_precision + (($data_scale) ? 1 : 0);
                       $ret_array[] = array(
               "column_name"        => $column_name,
               "data_type"            => $data_type,
               "data_length"        => $data_length,
               "data_precision"    => $data_precision,
               "data_scale"        => $data_scale,
               "nullable"            => $nullable,
               "comments"            => $comments,
               "constraint_name"    => $constraint_name
       return $ret_array;
jjuffermans at chello dot com
16-Mar-2001 02:10
Usefull system table: all_tab_comments

It shows all tables/views that you can read, including a lot of other usefull system tables like user_objects, user_tab_columns, user_constraints.
aedunov at cv dot jinr dot ru
14-Jan-2001 10:09
If you use Oracle and PHP on the same computer, you can start only "dbstart" for runing PHP with Oracle and don't start "lsnrctl" maybe for security reason.
dmearls at yahoo dot com
05-Jan-2001 10:15
Here is a code sample that I used on NT 4.0 running Apache/Oracle 8.1.6/PHP 4.0 : I used it to connect to the sample scott-tiger schema EMP table. It is pretty much a hack, but I hope it helps you.


$foo=exec("echo %ORACLE_SID%");
       //$db = "dmearls.world";
       // create connection
   //  $connection = ora_logon("scott","tiger")
$connection = OCILogon("scott","tiger","dmearls.world")
               or die(
"Couldn't logon to database.");

// create SQL statement
               FROM EMP
               ORDER BY SAL"

// parse SQL statement
$sql_statement = OCIParse($connection,$sql)
               or die(
"Couldn't parse statement.");
// execute SQL query
               or die(
"Couldn't execute statement.");

// get number of columns for use later
$num_columns = OCINumCols($sql_statement);
// start results formatting
echo "<TABLE BORDER=1>";

// format results by row
while (OCIFetch($sql_statement)) {
               for (
$i = 1; $i < $num_columns; $i++) {

$column_value1 = OCIResult($sql_statement,$i);
$column_value2 = OCIResult($sql_statement,$i+1);
//echo $i;
echo "<TD>$column_value1</TD>";


// free resources and close connection

rs at aelea dot com
19-Aug-2000 05:28
Connecting to remote oracle database -

Is the same as a local database, but the remote database must be configured in your tnsnames.ora - its then provided to PHP by way of tns...
elf at messer dot de
28-Jul-2000 12:05
I contribute the following code example.

function GetNameFromUserId ($ID, &$User, &$Msg)
  print('<BR>GetNameFromUserId Start');

  if ($Session = ora_plogon('Hello', 'World'))
   print('<P>Session: ' . $Session . '<P>');

   if ($Cursor = ora_open($Session))
     print('<P>Cursor: ' . $Cursor . '<P>');

             . $ID . '\'';
     print('<P>SQL: ' . $SQL . '<P>');

     // Prepare SQL statement
     if (ora_parse($Cursor, $SQL))
       if (ora_exec($Cursor))
         $Row[] = '';

         // Retrieve a complete row from the result set
         if (ora_fetch_into($Cursor, &$Row))
           $User = 'count = ' . count($Row) . ': ';

           while (list($Key, $Value) = each($Row))
             $User .= '<BR>Row[' . $Key . '] = ' . $Value;

           $Result = 0;
           $Msg = ora_error($Cursor);
           $Result = ora_errorcode($Cursor);
           }  // end of if expression
         $Msg = ora_error($Cursor);
         $Result = ora_errorcode($Cursor);
         }  // end of if expression
       $Msg = ora_error($Cursor);
       $Result = ora_errorcode($Cursor);
       }  // end of if expression

     $Msg = ora_error($Session);
     $Result = ora_errorcode($Session);
     }  // end of if expression

   $Msg = ora_error($Session);
   $Result = ora_errorcode($Session);
   }  // end of if expression

  print('<BR>GetNameFromUserId End');
  return $Result;
lmg at webfarm dot com
03-Jan-2000 10:16
...and with the dawning of the new year, my TNS problem is gone. I've been having trouble connecting to a remote db server from Linux running Apache/PHP+Oracle. I'd set the ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID (although, I'm not sure if it cares about the SID when connecting via SQL*Net/Net8) with no luck. The environment variable that does the trick is TNS_ADMIN. (I saw a mention of this on phpbuilder and thought I'd mention it here)<br>
Set TNS_ADMIN to the directory with your tnsnames.ora file and see if that dosen't help the TNS unable to connect problems<p>


... does the trick for me.
denkwerk-hamburg at denkwerk dot com
30-Jun-1999 02:33
ora_numrows($cursor) only works when there's  an ora_fetch before. it will return the number of rows resulting from the query.
denkwerk-hamburg at denkwerk dot com
30-Jun-1999 02:28
If you ever come accross trying to store non ASCII characters over PHP, ORACLE will probably not store thos characters properly, allthough you've set NLS_LANG and ORA_NLS33 in the Oracle User's ENV. the trick is to set these environment at Apaches' Startup. putenv and getenv didn't help at all. ) i meant apache's init script of course, provided you've got a SYS V style UNIX.
cord at ragesoft dot com
13-Feb-1999 05:21
Using "@dbname" in ora_logon/ora_plogon will force a SQL*Net connect, even if the database is on the local host.  It's more efficient to use the ORACLE_SID environment variable.

putenv( "ORACLE_SID=dbname" );
$handle = ora_plogon( "SCOTT",  "TIGER");
kk at shonline dot de
05-Aug-1998 11:09
Oracle Example

 You need to know the values of the following environment variables:

This is the path to your Oracle installation directory. It is usually defined in the UNIX login script of your oracle user and all Oracle client users.

This is the name of the database instance you want to connect to. It is also defined in the UNIX environment of your oracle user and all Oracle client users.

Find out the values of these variables by loggin in as a user who can connect to the database in question with sqlplus. Then type at your Unix shell prompt:

prompt> echo $ORACLE_HOME
prompt> echo $ORACLE_SID

A simple PHP script using ora_* functions


$conn = ora_login("scott", "tiger");
$curs = ora_open($conn);


$query = sprintf("select * from cat");

/* Long version */
  ora_parse($curs, $query);
/* Short Version */
ora_do($conn, $query);

$ncols = ora_numcols($curs);
$nrows = ora_numrows($curs);
printf("Result size is $ncols cols by $nrows rows.<br>");

  for (
$i=0; $i<$ncols; $i++) {
printf("col[%s] = %s type[%d] = %s<br>",
$i, ora_columnname($curs, $i),
$i, ora_columntype($curs, $i));

  for (
$j=0; $j<$nrows; $j++) {
   for (
$i=0; $i<$ncols; $i++) {
$col = ora_getcolumn($curs, $i);
printf(&quotval[%d, %d] = %s * ", $j, $i, ora_getcolumn($curs, $i);