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WordPress stores user generated content, along with other configurable information, in a database (typically MySQL).

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Although this got asked some time ago, it came time to actually implement this and ran into issues (see: Connecting to external oracle database) The answer is no. Oracle is not a mysql based … database, thus wordpress will not be able to connect to it via wpdb. For more information see the linked post. …
answered Jun 25 by Eli
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I simply have a quick question. I've found information related to this, but I'm not completely sure if this is possible. I know that I can create a second database connection using the wpdb object as … follows: $new_db = new wpdb(usr, pw, name, host); However, is this compatible with an Oracle database that wouldn't have any of the Wordpress tables? …
asked Jun 11 by Eli
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So I'm trying to connect to an external db in order to access/update information located on a different non-wordpress database (oracle). I tried constructing a new wpdb object (as suggested by many … database" when vardumping the $rgr_db object debug.log displayed the following: PHP Warning: mysqli_real_connect(): (HY000/2003): Can't connect to MySQL server on 'host' (111) in /home/dowxx543z3a1 …
asked Jun 25 by Eli