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PHP5 and PECL Modules on IIS

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Hi guys,

I am having some issues getting the PHP5 PECL Modules installed on my laptop (with IIS), and need some help please. I have installed and setup PHP, which was quick and easy, I did it manually so I know all the settings, and set it up on ISAPI rather than CGI. I downloaded the PECL library, put it in it's own directory and then un-commented the lines with the functions I just installed, but on the phpinfo(); screen, I see no difference, could someone please help me out?

Cheers. :)
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You put the library in the ext directory within your PHP directory.

If you look at the phpinfo() screen and look for

extension_dir

This will show you where your PECL extensions need to go.

Normally it is the ext directory within the PHP directory.
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Eek. A 19 hour wait for that answer. Sorry!
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Sorry, I had to send my laptop off for repairs so I didn't get to test this out until now, and it works.

Cheers. :)
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