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After posting Zend Core for Oracle to support the blog post, I figured that it would be more important to post the new Zend Server Community Edition. Basically, Zend Core for Oracle is deprecated and frozen at PHP 5.2.5. Zend Community Server continues to evolve and some of the screen shots may be obsoleted in future releases. The screen shots where taken at PHP 5.2.9.

These are the instructions for installing Zend Server Community Edition. There’s a pre-requisite that you install Java on your computer. It requires the jvm.dll library, which is covered in the instructions.

You can download the Java JRE or JDK and install it first. Then, you can go to Zend Corporation and download the Zend Server Community Edition.

Hope this helps you anticpate the installation.

Written by michaelmclaughlin

September 28th, 2009 at 11:44 pm

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  1. In the section “Verify MySQL Connection with PHP” on step 2 it says, “…to confirm that you can connect to an Oracle database.” I think that should be “MySQL database” and not “Oracle database”.

    Duston Turner

    29 Mar 10 at 7:12 pm

  2. Right, is should have and now does.


    29 Mar 10 at 9:47 pm

  3. Zend installed without a problem, but when I try to access localhost nothing ever loads. Is this a configuration error on Zend or my operating system?

    Chris Hepworth

    4 Apr 13 at 6:25 pm

  4. Chris, That tends to be a configuration issue of the local operating system.


    18 Mar 14 at 11:15 am

  5. Excellent post. I will be dealing with some of these issues as well..


    8 Jan 17 at 10:47 am

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