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Enabling Azure MySQL PDO

In the Scriptcase, we have the following drivers available for connection to MySQL: MySQL PDO, MySQLi. If you are using your own pre-configured environment, MySQL extensions must be enabled manually in PHP.

Configuring and enabling the MySQL PDO

IMPORTANT: If you are using Scriptcase’s automatic installer, the extensions are already enabled in PHP, ready for connection. The procedure below is only for manual installations of Scriptcase.

1 - In the php.ini file, located in C:\php, look for lines referring to MySQL extensions: mysqli and pdo_mysql and remove the ; from the beginning of the lines for the extension to be used by PHP. See the example below:

extension=mysqli
extension=pdo_mysql

Enabling MySQL Extensions

2 - Restart the Apache service using the Task Manager.

  • Open the Task Manager and click on the Services tab.

  • Look for the ApacheScriptcase9php73 or Apache2.4 service and right click on this service, then Restart.

Restarting the Apache

Connection with Scriptcase

Check below which Driver you want to connect to.

Doubts about connection?

Get in contact with our support in case of connection problems or questions regarding this database.