If this is the case, its just a matter of identifying which one is used for IIS (I don't know for certain).
If you dont follow these steps you will get an error message similar to this: Call to undefined function mysql_connect.
" So, some updated best practices would be totally appreciated.
WCW "Tango says double quotes with a single ( ' ) quote in the middle" '$Name says single quotes with a double ( " ) quote in the middle' "Tango says double quotes ( \" ) must escape a double quote" '$Name single quotes ( \' ) must escape a single quote' Well, that's not really the question, is it?
I'm using IIS, and that's the situation I'm asking about.
Upgrading from a previous PHP version: Previous editions of the manual suggest moving various ini and DLL files into your SYSTEM (i.e.
C:\WINDOWS) folder and while this simplifies the installation procedure it makes upgrading difficult.(though I could be wrong its been a long time since I've used php and IIS) No I think you're right.I don't really pay too much attention to this either, but I seem to recall upgrading a minor version by swapping one of my PHP4 dlls.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.Visit Stack Exchange What is the proper way to upgrade from PHP Version 5.4.32 to PHP Version 5.5.22 on Windows? PHP is already running on Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit alongside IIS, just need to move on to a newer version of PHP Manual Installation Steps ...The old tutorial I found doesn't even mention configuring "If you are going to use My SQL you will need to make sure to uncomment the line extension=php_in and copy C:\PHP\LIBMYSQL.