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    April 20, 2006

Being known as a PHP and Oracle user is an advantage

Christopher Jones
Senior Principal Product Manager

Our marketing department have asked me to suggest some customers that use PHP and Oracle.  They love to highlight customer success stories.

Automart.com and StepUp are PHP-Oracle customers currently showcased on http://www.oracle.com/technologies/php/index.html These are two power users of PHP and Oracle with very interesting profiles.

Oracle is customer focused and we find lots of synergies from working closely with you.  A free flow of information is always good for everyone.  For me personally, I can understand how our technology is being used and what needs to change.

Sometimes it goes beyond public knowledge.  Just last week I was involved in discussion with several customers (under non disclosure agreements) about a potential feature in the next version of the Oracle database.  We wanted to get feedback on whether the planned feature would help their business.  The answer was yes, by the way.

Also, we have been known to invite customers to conferences to share their ideas about technology.  This is a great way to showcase your company.

So, if you want to be on the front page of www.oracle.com, send me an email.  It doesn't matter if you are a power user or not.  We may just end up good friends but we can start building a relationship now.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • raj Friday, September 12, 2008
    hi, why $stmt5 = $conn->PrepareSP( " BEGIN proc(:ref5); END; "); works? but, why doesnt $stmt5 = $conn->PrepareSP( " BEGIN proc(:ref5); END; "); work? raj [This is a question that should have been posted to the OTN PHP Forum. What tool? error? version? My pure guess is that you have windows line feeds. See "End of Line Terminators in PL/SQL with Windows PHP" page 136 of the current (1.4) version of http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/php/pdf/underground-php-oracle-manual.pdf]
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