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wp-db-abstraction on wp 3.8.1

  • Hello everyone!! 🙂

    I am trying to make a clean WP installation on Centos 5.8 platform using wp-db-abstraction plugin to interate with SQL Server 2008 R2 database. I also updated PHP with version 5.4.27 where msssql module is enabled. Plus I fixed wp-db-abstraction plugin with those indications I found over Internet like fixing PATTERN variable and some stuffs like the correct path… The matter is once I call wp-admin/install.php to install into database I get those messages on the page:

    Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class Fields_map in
    on line 36
    Strict Standards: Declaration of mssql_wpdb::prepare() should be compatible with
    wpdb::prepare($query, $args) in /var/www/html/wp-content/plugins/wp-db-
    abstraction/drivers/mssql.php on line 33 
    WordPress database error: [Incorrect syntax near 'wp_users'.]
    SHOW TABLES LIKE 'wp_users'

    If I complete installation ignoring messages, then WP wouldn’t work well like miss some informations that couldn’t write into database or something.

    Any indication would be appreciate. Even if it exists a better and newer way to communicate with SQL Server database with latest WP versions. Thanks in advance to everyone!



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  • Luigi – On Stack Exchange you said you solved this problem by adding parameters to the plug-in but you didn’t post the parameters. What parameters did you add and to which file?


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